Short, simple, and fast. That's the killer app.
It's hilarious when non-tech-savvy journalists wade into those electronics weeds.
Following the best of Twitter so you don't have to... but you should, it's rad!
New "memetracker" focuses on blog conversations stemming from social news stories published by Mashable.
While MySpace is blocking widgets and music players, Tom is too busy being Tom to bother with Tila Tequila.
Are people talking about Twitter? That would be a 10-4.
Despite early predictions to the contrary, Twitter will be around for the long haul. Even after the buzz wears off.
People are finding a full and rich palette of news sources and are able to cobble together their own version of the truth of the whole.
"This can't be the process…You're cast into this amusing, Kafkaesque world to run your business."
The suit centers around an alleged 160,000 uploaded "unauthorized" video clips.
A successful experiment in buying a Digg front pager with low grade content proves that the big boy social news sites still have a ways to go to prevent gaming.
If you pull lots of search traffic you can sail off for six months and still have rip roaring stats when you get back.
This is cruel and unusual punishment for the iPod set.
I'm a bit lost on how bloggers use StumbleUpon to drive traffic to individual stories.
Can PayPerPost buy its way around and through the blogosphere's defenses? I hope not.
The neurotic, incessant, nearly haunting drive to get in front of a keyboard.
Does it all come down to the mysterious phrase: opportunity requirements?
If you're into online media and the web 2.0 world, this might be the list for you.
Traditional media continues its flirtation with blog-like offerings.
I'm convinced that something better is out there.