From the monthly archives:

August 2007

I had a feeling that my friend Scott Karp over at Publishing 2.0 was up to something, and now I see the fruits of his secret labours -- or rather, I've read his description of what he's been up to over at the Publish2 blog. The final pieces of the puzzle likely won't come into…

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Dave "I invented RSS" Winer says he has discovered some RSS feeds of Facebook data that contrast with the site's reputation as a "walled garden" or "black hole of data." But has he? Mike Arrington seems to think so, since he posted an item on it at TechCrunch. But at least one feed that Dave…

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Lots to be excited about today, if you're a VMWare shareholder -- like EMC, for example, which paid about $600-million just four years ago for a company that is now valued at about $15-billion. And if you're a venture capitalist or banker with some skin in the technology game, you're probably salivating at the idea…
Want to get lots of traffic to your blog, and hundreds of comments from readers? Post something in which you speculate about how terrorists could attack the U.S. -- and then ask your readers for their own suggestions. Better still, post this at the New York Times website. I missed it when it originally happened…

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Henry Blodget -- who used to be a Wall Street analyst and now runs a content hub called Silicon Alley Insider -- recently wrote a provocative analysis of the online newspaper business entitled Running the Numbers: Why Newspapers Are Screwed, which ran at the Insider as well as Blodget's personal blog, Internet Outsider (I guess…

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