The last week was as all about Google Wave: will the new Open Source app revolutionize the way we communicate online? Read last week’s breaking news on datadirt’s weekly round-up of the blogosphere.
From gender differences to sudden twitter deaths the last week was a joyride of emotions – blogging business as usual.
There’s always hope – despite the economic crisis, there are plenty of opportunities for creative entrepreneurs; you don’t necessarily have to ty and sell your Digg account, like one desperate webdesigner did.
Twitter is experiencing security issues, the blogosphere finally gets to know the 3 rules of the internet and the new year inevitably takes its course – welcome to the second weekly round-up of 2009.
Looking back on the old year while looking forward to the new one brings us to which spot exactly? Right, the present times.
Hey, it’s Christmas – that makes buying users attention okay, or so it seems. What other time of the year would it be acceptable to just by registrations, even it’s for a good cause?
Twingly launched its own blog charts in twelve languages. Based on proprietary metrics, the BlogRank is supposed to be the equivalent to Google’s PageRank system – and finally, there is an alternative Technorati-like service.
This week the new WordPress version 2.7 made a lot of bloggers happy – while some keep complaining about the new looks. Overall, it’s a quantum leap for the most popular blogging software ever.
Everybody is going social these days – Google and Facebook launch new services which make a success of OpenID even more unlikely.
Pownce recently announced that the microblogging service will shut its virtual doors on December 15th. Twitter has one another duel – the whole Pownce team will be working for French-US blogging company Six Apart.
There’s a new WordPress version, Mr. Icahn has increased his Yahoo shares and a young filmmaker animates the free flow of sub-conscious thoughts. In other words: just an ordinary week in the Blogistan.
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