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Web2.0

Just a quick post to say congratulations to my friend and fellow mesh conference organizer Mike McDerment, the CEO of online-invoicing service FreshBooks. The company just launched a quarterly industry-benchmarking feature, which involves releasing aggregated data from the various industries that use its invoicing services, so that other companies in those industries can compare their…
It happened amid the stream of Twitter messages about the vice-presidential debates between Sarah Palin and Joe Biden, so a lot of people probably missed it, but Allen Stern of Centernetworks said something that really caught my eye: "it's clear the link economy is broken." Why did he say that? The link in his message…

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I often think that Zoho doesn't get enough credit for the work it has done building a Web-based, Office-style suite of apps. As TechCrunch is reporting (and others have mentioned in the past), the company has launched an application marketplace where developers can host apps that they create with Zoho Creator, an Ajax-driven platform that…

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Let's be clear about one thing: Richard Stallman is a legend in the programming world, and his opinion is worth listening to. He was one of the brains behind the Free Software Foundation and other initiatives, and has been a force for freedom and open source and all of those other good things for many…

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Update: Apparently, Jason doesn't want his email newsletters posted any more because he "doesn't want to give the haters a platform," according to a Twitter message. The text of the email has removed from both Silicon Alley Insider and TechCrunch, but you can still find it. Original post: Jason Calacanis, the diminutive entrepreneur behind Weblogs…

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