From the monthly archives:

April 2007

Forget collaborating on a Google spreadsheet -- why not collaborate on a kick-ass cover of Ozzy Osbourne's Crazy Train. clipped from www.wired.comWe plugged guitars into computers and adjusted our headphones. I clicked "record" and began laying down a bass track alongside the guitarist's. As we watched our tracks appear in the audio-mixing software, he recognized…

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A couple of interesting developments today that bring social aspects to large content sites -- specifically, YouTube and eBay. The former, which hasn't really had all that much of a social-networking bent to it (apart from comments and the ability to embed videos elsewhere) has launched something called Active Share, which lets you see who…

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The band Crimea is going to give away downloads of its entire self-financed new album, and hopes to make money on touring, merchandising and licensing deals. clipped from music.guardian.co.ukAn acclaimed indie band will next month leap into the unknown by becoming the first established act to give away an entire album for nothing in a…
Some items that may grow up to be blog posts someday: The Beeb is going to expand the on-demand TV service it has been testing, saying the video and audio service has been used by "well over" one million people watching a total of 20 million programmes since it launched six months ago. The new…

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Blogs that make me think

by Mathew on April 29, 2007 · 4 comments

I wanted to take a minute before I forget (again) and pay some respect to several bloggers who have tagged me as a "thinking blog," which is indeed an honour. As far as I can tell, the Thinking Blog memetag got started with this blog, which is fittingly named The Thinking Blog. I got tagged…

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