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Aaron Brazell

Vetoing FeedBurner

I’ve been a fan of FeedBurner for a long time. Going all the way back to the early days at b5media when they were a good company. Then they sold out to Google, and I warned any who would listen exactly who they would become. It was denied, though (most likely in good faith), and […]

Aaron Brazell

Google Predicting the Future?

Geeks among us will recognize the term “chaos theory”. It is a highly philisophical, and yet scientifically unproven, theory of physics that says, among other things, that there is a natural order to the universe that cannot be observed directly, but can be seen in patterns. Popularly known as the Butterfly Effect, it theorizes that […]

Aaron Brazell

Tech Predictions for 2009

As we gear up for 2009, there remains many questions about the economy and the growth curve of the technology industry. As a team, we have come up with predictions for 2009. Ray Capece, Venture Files editor for Technosailor.com and I make our predictions. As always, these are predictions. Last year, we were dangerously accurate […]

Aaron Brazell

Google Blog Platform

A few years ago, in the early days of blogging, Google made a play to buy the Blogger platform. What occurred after that was a long period of time where Blogger received no love from their new parents. Also during this time, Movable Type came along and was then eclipsed by WordPress. WordPress went from […]

Aaron Brazell

Surprises

This is a guest post from Andrew Feinberg who is a journalist working in Washington, D.C. covering the technology policy discussions occurring on Capitol Hill. He works for Washington Internet Daily published by Warren News 6:30am – alarm 7:00am – stop ignoring the alarm 7:35am – dressed and out to subway 8:10am – arrive at […]