Image via CrunchBase At least two people in the Googleverse are underwhelmed with Buzz; me and internet maven Richard Scoble. Scoble bats first... "Together with a lot of web workers, I depend on being able to skim through information sources quickly. Services like Google Reader are well-optimized for doing this, especially in List mode. (To … Continue reading At least 3 reasons why I’m not Buzzing with enthusiasm
...without killing yourself in the process. Good thoughts from Louis Gray... Writing a Killer Blog (Without Killing Yourself) http://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=hpblogginglg-100325040701-phpapp02&stripped_title=writing-a-killer-blog-without-killing-yourself View more presentations from Louis Gray.
Image via CrunchBase What’s really striking about the new Facebook Groups is that they truly are “FriendFeed gone mainstream”. When I first saw the new Facebook Groups I thought, “My, they look a lot like FriendFeed”. That’s no surprise either, the team that pioneered realtime discussion and sharing groups at FriendFeed now works at Facebook … Continue reading With new Facebook Groups, FriendFeed’s gone mainstream. Two years late.
Image by Joi Ito via CrunchBase Let's start with some good stuff from Loic LeMeur, founder of Seesmic and social media expert... "Tomorrow I am giving a talk at Stanford University with Robert Scoble and MC Hammer on how social software changes marketing so I thought like sharing a few points here and had to … Continue reading Das social media manifesto 2/22/2010