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I've been kind of out of the loop thanks to the mesh 2008 conference, so I've missed the furore over Ariel Waldman and her attempts to get Twitter to ban a user that she says has been harassing her. According to her account of the situation on her blog, she tried repeatedly to get Twitter…

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For something that was created by legendary Netscape founder Marc Andreessen -- the Blake Ross of his day, for you Firefox fans -- the social-media "engine" called Ning has kind of been flying under the radar for awhile. As Mike Arrington notes at TechCrunch, the initial release of the service was somewhat underwhelming, and so…

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Before too much time goes by, I wanted to take note of something that Muhammad Saleem wrote over on his blog The Mu Life about 7 ways to improve Digg. Muhammad, who is not only a top digger but also a top Netscape submitter and anchor, has clearly thought a lot about some of the…

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Zoli Erdos has touched off the latest round in the omnipresent "what is a blog" wars, with a recent post looking at Google's official "blog" and noting that it isn't really a blog because it doesn't allow readers to comment. Mike Arrington at TechCrunch -- who to his credit has not only kept comments open…

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If you like things like podcasts, video and a widescreen look to a website, then Digg has just launched a site redesign that will be a nice ChristmaHanuKwanakah present for you, as described by both Om Malik (at NewTeeVee) and Mike Arrington at TechCrunch. But will all of these new additions help to broaden Digg's…

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