Archive for Month: March 2007

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Twitter, the Coup in Social Media that Is Past Due

In all the buzz over new media, social media, Web 2.0 (fill in the buzz words), there is something that has been really lacking. Sure the various social services out there make a valid attempt at addressing real-time interaction, but the strength of IM has remained the strength of IM […]

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New Series: Practical Advice for writing a Business Plan

I have been thinking a lot about how many entrepreneur’s ask “should I write a business plan?” and regardless of what you think should go in one or what format it may take, the answer is essentially yes. Then I started to look at all my previous business plans and […]

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Conversation Surrounding Windows Vista

I don’t normally take one post and turn it into another one via the comments, but I am making an exception today. The reason for the departure in usual tack is that I wrote a joking post back in February of 2006 about Windows Vista. The crazy thing is that […]

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Twitter Me

If you’re using Twitter, feel free to add me to your friend list. I’m technosailor.

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Gnomedex and Events

Since I started at b5media back in October, I truly am experiencing a completely different way of living my life. I mean, I work from wherever I want to, I keep the hours I want to, and I interact with people that are so anti-corporate. More of my life revolves […]

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Podcast: Rick Klau of FeedBurner

This past week, I had the chance to sit down with Rick Klau, Vice President of Publisher Services at FeedBurner. It was a fun interview and he answered some of your questions. Show Notes: 1:00 Introduction of Rick Klau 2:02 I’m getting better at podcasting, especially with SuicideFan.com 2:40 Rick […]

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BlogNetworkCamp Update

Last week, I mentioned that b5media is cohosting BlogNetworkCamp at SXSW. A little update on this – the original time we had setup had several conflicts that needed to be addressed. We have talked to the other participants (9rules refuses to respond to our emails, oh well) and set the […]

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WordPress Breach, not Flaw

Just a clarification on today’s WordPress security breach – I’m getting quite a few emails asking me what it’s all about and still yet, I’m reading lots of inaccurate recaps from bloggers (such as this one) around the net. Let me be clear – this is not a security flaw. […]

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EMERGENCY: WordPress 2.1.1 Hacked, Upgrade Released

Please, please, please go and upgrade your blogs right now if you are using WordPress 2.1.1. As Matt outlines, a hacker managed to gain access to the Automattic server with the file downloads and modified core files. The entire 2.1.1 version has been declared compromised and unsafe. Please heed this […]

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My Calendar Mashup

Here’s a mashup I just instituted here at Technosailor after some months of trying to figure out how to do it. First, the premise though. I keep everything calendar related in iCal on my Mac. That is my point of origin and that is non-negotiable. I also need to have […]

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