Archive for Month: June 2007

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Google Reader OPML Export Converter

In case you haven’t heard, b5media in partnership with Virtual Reach released a mobile RSS reader. I’ve been using it for several weeks as we’ve been testing it in-house. I must say, it’s very nice. While a Windows Mobile version will be available soon, the Blackberry client is currently available […]

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Hacking and Slashing the RSS Reader

The time has come once again for the Great Purge and Clean™ of my feed reader. My apologies to all who did not make the cut. My criteria has become very clear over the past month: Read only what contributes to your job or your hobbies. Everything else is a […]

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Case Update: Columbia Pictures v Bunnell

A few weeks ago, I wrote about a California magistrate in California who ruled on behalf of the motion picture industry and issued new precedent which claimed that IP addresses stored only in RAM were subject to preservation for discovery (text of decision). At that time, I wrote: The curious […]

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I Will Not Be Your Twitter Whore

There’s a lot of uptake on Twitter in recent months. The service that allows folks to tell the world what they are doing in 140 charachters or less has become the new playground of marketing types looking for the next big thing. Now let me say that I love Twitter. […]

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Dragons in the Yahoo-MySpace Talks

The rumor, as yet unconfirmed, yesterday and today has centered around the possibility that NewsCorp/Fox Interactive is in talks with Yahoo to trade off MySpace in exchange for a 30% stake in the Yahoo Corporation. Given that that would value MySpace at approx $15B, the big winner would be Rupert […]

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Yahoo Could Have Owned Social Networking

Get this. Yahoo owns tons of social networking sites. They own MyBlogLog, Flickr and Del.icio.us. They own Upcoming.org. They own Konfabulator, now known as Yahoo! Widgets which is not social networking but adds features for potential social networking applications. They own Jumpcut, the upstart video platform. Yahoo partners with Zillow […]

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Where Does Yahoo Go From Here?

Yahoo has just announced the resignation of CEO Terry Semel amid chaos that is going on at Corporate. Terry’s departure is a long time in coming as the internet giant has fallen from grace with stockholders and users. The New York Times speculates that in a year, Yahoo will no […]

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The Carnival of Maryland #9

As mentioned earlier this week, Technosailor.com is hosting the Carnival of Maryland #9. Carnivals are a great way to highlight content from a certain group or niche and in this sense, an entire State. While the Carnival is mostly spearheaded by the Maryland Blogger Alliance, it is open to anyone […]

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Is MySpace Dead?

Last week, I asked Facebookers “Is MySpace Dead?” The answers were very interesting. There seemed to be as much neutrality as there was bias one way or another. Scott Matthewman says: It still seems to be as busy as ever from where I’m sitting. But the whole customisation thing is […]

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Premium: Interview With Tony Hung From Blog Herald

Tony Hung is the editor of the Blog Herald and writes incessantly at his personal blog, Deep Jive Interests. He is also finishing up his residency and preparing to go into medical practice. How he has time to blog is beyond me. *** Tony, you’re quickly becoming a household name […]

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