Next Saturday I’m flying to Las Vegas – Microsoft invited me to attend the Mix 2010 conference. Looking forward – of course, I’ll keep you updated via my blog and Twitter.
Welcome to the weekly blog round-up – a lot has happened during the last seven days. Everybody was talking about Google Wave, and Loic Le Meur announced that Seesmic will soon release a browser-based version of their client.
Contenture reverses the classical online advertising model by offering users ad-free sites and enabling webmaster to build Freemium content business models. Very interesting launch – I just registered.
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.
Widgetized sidebars come with extra-comfort and a nifty drag-and-drop bonus, but things tend to get complicated when you want to use the same widget in more than one sidebare. But fear not, plug-in help is available.
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.
Have you thrown your daily pig already? Is there any significance to using superpoke? Doctor Kim de Vries investigates the mysteries of symbolic communcation in her latest paper.
Microsoft’s surface hardware enables coders to create amazing interfaces. Is this what the future workplace will look like?
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