From the monthly archives:

June 2007

Light posting alert

by Mathew on June 30, 2007

Since I am at the Ingram family homestead in the wilderness of northern Ontario, where cellular service is spotty and Internet access is of the dial-up variety, posting will likely be light -- possibly even non-existent -- for the next couple of days. If you look at the picture below and concentrate really hard, you…
I haven't been able to log in to the site for the past few hours, and it seems as though some other people have had trouble too. Growing pains? and... we're back. Life can return to normal :-) Update: Just got an email from Matt Hicks, who's in communications with Facebook, and he said there…

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In an interview with the Financial Times, one of the founders of MySpace -- Chris DeWolfe, the one who isn't everyone's friend as soon as they sign up (that's his partner Tom Anderson) -- hinted that the social network might open itself up further to developers, in the same way that Facebook has with its…

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Time magazine managed to land an exclusive interview with Rupert Murdoch (maybe it was by promising him the cover and a cover line like "The Last Tycoon"), and -- as is typical for the blunt-spoken Australian -- he holds nothing back. While some of the reporters for the illustrious Wall Street Journal took some unauthorized…

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Update: Jason Kottke has expanded on his one-liner (referred to below) and agrees with Scott Heiferman's comparison to AOL's "rainman" platform from days gone by. Steve Rubel has also written a post about the same topic that is well worth reading. And Jeff Jarvis disagrees that Facebook is the new AOL. Original post: It's probably…

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