Tag Archives: SocialNetworks

Tiny Bubbles

Tiny bubbles (tiny bubbles) In the wine (in the wine) Make me happy (make me happy) Make me feel fine (make me feel fine) Via Groundhog’s Day and Infothought, Wikipedia has a secret mailing list: The irony, Tobias points out, … Continue reading

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On Demand

Joost now shares space for other services on my media machine connected to my television. It’s been joined by Netflix, Amazon, iTunes, VeohTV, and now, Hulu. I would say one of my better decisions when I bought my replacement television … Continue reading

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Cyberstalking of Free Speech

This state has gone nuts since the release of the Megan Meier story. If you hadn’t heard of it, Megan was a young girl, 13 going on 14, who killed herself after receiving cruel taunts on her MySpace account. It … Continue reading

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The Next Good Thing

A VC wrote: My view, for those who haven’t been reading this blog for a long time, is that all of this privacy stuff is way over the top. You need to disclose what you are doing and Facebook has … Continue reading

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Face About

I watched with some interest the fooflah about Facebook’s Beacon. On the one hand, I think the application serves a useful purpose–it provides a dose of reality for those who have been extolling the virtues of the ‘social graph’ in … Continue reading

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Apple meet Orange

Speaking of email, how absolutely idiotic to pronounce the death of email because today’s teens aren’t using their email accounts. Today’s teens are also wearing their pants around their ankles–does this mean, then, that civilization will eventually lose its waist? … Continue reading

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Thoughts: Leopard and OpenSocial – Updated

Final thoughts on Leopard: I’ve not seen universal happiness with the Leopard UI. Barely visible icons and menu bars, and excessive CPU required for unnecessary reflection/3D geegaws figures at the top of the list. Compatibility with applications, including ones like … Continue reading

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