11/16/2010, For those who could not make it to Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, you might be interested to know that you can follow the live stream from this page. Watch live streaming video from web20tv at livestream.com We’ve posted the full schedule for Tuesday November 16 in the full post.
07/22/2010, We’re invited to be guest Tweeters at tomorrow’s webcast “The new workplace in the new normal” with Jason Fried, the co-founder of 37Signals, a popular web-software company. The conversation is hosted at our sponsor: HP Input|Output. Here’s an overview: “The workplace is undergoing a massive transformation to encourage collaboration, inspire creativity and protect productivity. In order to optimize it, companies have explored every aspect of the workplace, from the physical layout to management practices to […]
03/02/2010, Nokia has officially taken the wraps off its C5 smartphone, which is geared towards social networking and sharing. Considering that social networking is one of the features of this phone, it’s no surprise to see that access to social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace is fast and easy, as well as keeping in touch via instant messaging and email via Ovi Mail. Other useful features of the C5 […]
10/21/2009, [Web 2.0 Summit] Just when we thought that Bing was going to get an edge over Google by accessing Twitter’s data, Marissa Mayer announces that Google too will have access. Google will integrate tweets in selected searches. I guess that Google wants to dip its toes before using this all over the place. Does it mean that Twitter will crash even more often with the new traffic influx?
10/21/2009, If you haven’t made it to San Francisco for the Web 2.0 Summit, we’ve posted this photo gallery to show you what it looked like from the inside. You can catch some details over on our live blogging section, but there’s nothing like being on-site, we guess… The highlight of the first day was the discussion between John Battelle and Evan Williams (Twitter‘s CEO) about the revenue model of the popular […]
10/20/2009, [Web 2.0 Summit] John Battelle asked Evan Williams twice about Twitter’s revenue model, and did not get any clear answer, beside the fact that 90% of the company effort is focused on improving the technology. Evan stated that he does not regret to have refused the Facebook revenue offer. He also said that Facebook came first with the news feed model that now looks more like Twitter. The two big […]