Archive for Month: June 2007

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Premium Content Available

In the next few days, you’ll be introduced to Technosailor Premium Content. It’s premium because you have to do something to get it. In many cases, that something is paying a fee. Not in this case. This premium content is completely free. You might think I’m going to collect your […]

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Google Video Security Flaw: FALSE; MySpace Flaw: Confirmed

Tamar Weinberg writes a post declaring that “Google Video Flaw Raises Privacy Concerns By Exposing Usernames and Passwords“. Nice linkbait, but completely false. The real weight of this flaw lies solely on MySpace (I know, there are apparently no security issues with MySpace, but I digress). In fact, if you […]

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Federal Judge Ruling Issues In New Era of Non-Privacy

Never before has any judge declared that the memory footprint stored in RAM on computers was evidence. Now one has. CNET reports that the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has asked the courts to rule that the small memory footprint that is stored in BitTorrent servers when users download […]

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Safari OS To Become the New Standard

I was not one of the folks who had the pleasure of being at WWDC07 today, however I followed closely what was being said through the variety of websites who were live blogging Steve Jobs’ keynote. I was expecting a little more in the way of announcements today but got […]

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Washington D.C. Area New Media Conference

For those of you in suburban Washington, I’ve been asked to be a panelist at the New Media Nouveaux Conference in Tyson’s Corner on July 13. The topic is “Futurists, what’s coming next?” and I’ll be sharing the stage with Sean Gorman, CEO of FortuisOne and Brian Williams, CEO of […]

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Hosting the Carnival of Maryland

Just a word to let you all know that I am hosting this week’s Carnival of Maryland. The Carnival is spearheaded by members of the Maryland Blogger Alliance, a loose confederation of bloggers from Maryland that began as political blogs banded together a few years ago and today represents a […]

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Facebook or MySpace?

My Art of War entry the other day caused quite a stir. Notably, it caused a stir with the readers of b5media blog BuzzNetworker where Kevin Palmer, the author who has developed a professional public profile using MySpace takes issue with my sentiments regarding Facebook’s success. He has successfully stirred […]

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The YouTube Video Revolution

It was announced the other day that YouTube would begin serving H.264 video format on all their YouTube videos. This is an announcement that was made in conjunction with Apple regarding video formats for their Apple TV which uses Apple’s Quicktime format. If you’re not familiar with H.264, it is […]

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The Art of War: Facebook’s Strategic Plan for Ultimate Victory

Have you heard of MySpace? I had, once upon a time. Now, it seems to be off the grid. Facebook on the other hand has been making a progressive march to the sea and is taking no prisoners. In February of 2007, Facebook reported 18M users, up from 7.5M 7 […]

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Video Interview at Mesh

Loren Feldman and I sat down for an interview while at Mesh. Loren is probably my favorite new media guy ever. Says what he thinks and is highly entertaining, if sometimes mildly disturbing. Check out this video with him and I sitting down and talking about b5media, Macs and other […]

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