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I gave a short presentation at the Podcamp Toronto "unconference" a few days ago about some of the things we're doing at the Globe and Mail (the national daily newspaper I work for in Toronto, for those of you from elsewhere), and a number of people asked me if I would be putting the slides…

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Laurent Haug, a very smart guy and part of the brain trust behind the LIFT conference in Geneva, has written a great post on his blog about finding balance in social media, and how he thinks that we are beginning to do that -- in other words, stepping back from the "all users are created…

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As reported by several sources, including Reuters and Mike Arrington's TechCrunch (where the notion of an "exclusive" gets some debate in the comments section), MySpace has launched its widely-rumoured Digg-alicious news service, although Mike said that it would go live at 7 a.m. and all I get is a login prompt when I go there.…

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Paul Kedrosky points to a fascinating study that was written about in the New York Times magazine this weekend (it figures that the one time I put aside the mag without reading it, it will have a fascinating story in it), which looked at the theory of "cumulative advantage." This is also known as the…

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Is Flock f***ed again?

by Mathew on April 4, 2007 · 3 comments

From Mike Arrington at TechCrunch comes news that the next version of Firefox will include social networking features -- features that are described in more detail at the Mozilla labs website. The new features, which for some reason are called The Coop, have their own project page here. As Mike points out, this is going…

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