- James Governor’s Monkchips » On blogging, AR, Adobe Getting It, David Mendels and “Rich Internet Apps: How We Live Now” - Interesting things happening in the way applications are evolving. Existing taxonomies may not be especially interesting or enlightening--which is one of the reasons that we use taxonomies.
- Economist.com-Down on the server farm - Discussion of the siting of Internet datacenters.
- Sometimes Crowds Aren't That Wise - ReadWriteWeb - "Last year, we laid out a set of rules to get the most out of a crowd. It might be a good idea to revisit those here:"
- tecosystems » The Social Networking Implications of Social Networking Tools - I agree with pretty much everything here. At the end of the day you have to filter how much "stuff" flows by you. I have a few thoughts here I need to post on.
- Cover Story - Emily Gould - Exposed - Blog-Post Confidential - Gawker - NYTimes.com - "What I gained — and lost — by writing about my intimate life online."
- The URL Is Dead, Long Live Search - ReadWriteWeb - This is certainly true for me. "These are called "navigational" searches -- searches done when the user already knows exactly where he or she wants to end up -- and they make up a surprising large number of total sea[r]ches."
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Posted by Gordon Haff at 12:45 PM