Archive for June, 2008
I discovered good news from Netflix in my email today: “You spoke, and we listened. We are keeping Profiles. Thank you for all the calls and emails telling us how important Profiles are.
Dave Winder says (re: Twitter performance issues): So the conversation moves to FriendFeed. True, I am ignoring the flow I have on Twitter. Easy come easy go. The flow there is pointless. It’s like trying to make a baby by having sex with a rock. First, it’s hard to get excited. And second, no baby.
Luis Suarez writes I Freed Myself From E-Mail’s Grip. He drastically reduced the time spent in email by using instant messaging, Twitter, wikis, file sharing and blogs.
Jason Perlow writes about the ProMox open source Virtualization Server. Sounds very interesting — as soon as I buy my next 64-bit machine I’ll be all in. If you use ProMox, please let me know. rjeffries [aht] gmail [daht] com
Kevin Tofel on writes about becoming a “hypermiler,” where you drive VERY carefully to get very high milies per gallon of gasoline.
Mike Cassidy writes about Pandora, its founder Tim Westergren and the impact of Internet Radio royalties. If you have not tried Pandora you should.
Om Malik writes about Symbian, iPhone and the realities of today’s mobile phone environment. He includes a good chart comparing major mobile platforms. [via Friendfeed]