From the monthly archives:

March 2008

Kevin Kelleher has a post up at GigaOm with an interesting proposition: he says Google should duplicate the kinds of cloud-based services that Amazon has -- the S3 storage business, the EC2 virtual server business and so on -- except do it all for free. He rightly argues that this would be an easy way…

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Nice to see that Google has finally launched offline access for Google Documents -- or at least for text documents anyway (apparently presentations and spreadsheets are coming later). I guess we should be grateful, although I still have to wonder why Zoho has had offline capability for its document-sharing service since way back in November…

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According to a piece in The Telegraph this morning, Virgin Media -- the Internet service provider run by Richard Branson's Virgin conglomerate -- has volunteered to play copyright cop and yank the Internet account of users who share infringing material. Virgin and the British Phonographic Industry are apparently working out the details, which will likely…

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Congratulations to Scott Karp and his team at Publish2, who just announced that they have closed a $2.75-million round of Series A funding from Ross Levinsohn's Velocity Interactive Group. Scott was one of the most perceptive writers about the future of digital media while he was with Atlantic Media (which publishes The Atlantic magazine), and…

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My friend Mark Evans has a post about the lack of original thought in the blogosphere -- or at least the pressures that tend to keep original thought from appearing -- and as the closest thing to what MG Siegler calls a "bitchmeme" this weekend, it has grabbed a bunch of links. Dave Winer sees…

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