delicious has been a royal pita lately. but I've been using it since 2004, I love the service and it seems the avos guys are trying, so I don't wanna ditch them prematurely. but they do need to provide a stable service within the next couple of weeks or i'm gone for good.
Just three penguin gangsters walking on the beach.
I srsly hate relative timestamps, especially on blogs. published about a year ago? wtf.
hmm, isn't this a problem of all technologies which use both a camera and an internet connection?
"With Duolingo you learn a language for free, and simultaneously translate the Web." IFF this works as good as Recaptcha - it's from the same guy - this is pretty massive. /via +Tim Bonnemann: DuolingoDuolingo
Sometimes evolution sucks.
Eric Schmidt mentioned yesterday at LeWeb that some sort of 'noise control' will be coming to Google+. Obviously they focus their attention to algorithmically tell us what's most interesting, but there also will be ways to explicitly do it yourself (don't quite believe it, but we'll see.)
liquid bubblegeneration /via +Christian Langreiter High Speed Liquid and Bubble Photographs by Heinz Maier | Colossal
hahaha /via +Martin Lindner A Cow based Economics Lesson;
seems like google finally hired a designer. Official Google Blog: The next stage in our redesign
just a test since my (buzz-) stream has been empty for the last couple of days.
watching the Google+ commercial during the Lions vs. Packers game I can't get rid of the feeling that Google isn't really aware of the fact that their real life metaphor isn't supported by the social design of G+ (Circles don't constitute reciprocal relationships, etc.)
Unidentified: Camera Trap App Sends Wild Animals to Your iPhone
"At the moment, I'm sorting a lot of web tabs by the color of the favicon, left to right in a rainbow" color selection and visual recognition of work - Vacuum
kittencloud etc. http://owncloud.org/
"ThinkUp is a free, open source web application that captures all your activity on social networks like Twitter, Facebook and Google+. With ThinkUp, you can store your social activity in a database that you control, making it easy to search, sort, analyze, publish and display activity from your network. All you need is a web server that can run a PHP application." (Gina Trapani thingy) ThinkUp: Social Media Insights Platform
watching... The elusive technological future - John Naughton at ALT-C 2011
a Social Retrospective... : persistent.info: Google Reader Social Retrospective
bin mir nicht sicher ob zur nachahmung empfohlen (gscheiter wär ggf, das dortige im eigenen cms zu spiegeln, ohne die dynamik der kommentare zu verlieren oder so), aber zum überdenken.
Heute ueberall leicht zu spaet dran usw.
funny to read this against Yegge's rant http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3101876 ("Google+ is a knee-jerk reaction, a study in short-term thinking, predicated on the incorrect notion that Facebook is successful because they built a great product. But that's not why they are successful. Facebook is successful because they built an entire constellation of products by allowing other people to do the work...")
(from the 1 euro dept)
oops, the new delicious doesn't link directly to the saved bookmarks but does some crazy redirect-voodoo #wtf
I'll be in Vienna for the European Startup Festival next week. Ping me if you want to meet up.
"tough girl" / via +mausz fabrick
I love you all, but... who are you people? (Have Saurier in Circles: 2216)
new delicious is new
(gibts in neuauflage)
(und ohne genau fassen zu können warum so wirkt doch fast jeder satz kristallklar und alleraktuellst))
I don't get Google. 'social' ist the probably the area which seriously could hurt them and which they shouldn't be streamling at all. Social Web Blog: A sunset for this blog, a sunrise for another
I hate to say it, but while I'm less than impressed with Google+ (even if I kinda like it) I'm really blown away by the up and coming Facebook (which is what Google+ could have been if Google had some social vision).
I think Google did a decent job with Google+ Search, but it's kinda weird/lame that you can't display search results (anti-)chronologically.
"Please upgrade your browser to use blabla. Thanks!" yeah, right.
kk 12 years ago: "The beauty of network logic is that the mechanics of this software does not rely on artificial intelligence, or AI. Rather the collaborative work is done by pooling the teaching that each person would do alone into one distributed base. It's an example of dumb power. Lots of people teaching a dumb program, but all connected together, producing useful intelligence. The strength of the network is built by the slim bits of information that each member is willing to share. Sometimes that's all it takes."
I kinda feel bad for the folks who in the next couple of weeks have to deal with Steve Jobs wannabes...
Inside Google+: The virtuous circle of data and doing right by users - O'Reilly Radar
Steve Jobs Resigns as CEO
actually we need more hackable / programmable everything.
seems like Feedburner finally dumped FriendFeed from the stats.
from the YC-funded dept
http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/12/yc-funded-mobileworks-aims-to-be-a-hands-off-mechanical-turk/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/12/yc-funded-picplum-beautiful-prints-automatically-mailed-for-you/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/11/yc-backed-opez-is-yelp-meets-facebook-for-service-professionals/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/10/yc-funded-envolve-launches-an-api-for-real-time-chat/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/09/yc-funded-stypi-is-etherpad-reborn/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/08/yc-funded-snapjoy-will-organize-your-photos-for-you-and-make-sure-you-dont-lose-them/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/08/yc-backed-leaky-is-hipmunk-for-car-insurance/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/06/yc-funded-interview-street-streamlines-the-search-for-great-programmers/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/04/yc-funded-parse-a-heroku-for-mobile-apps/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/03/yc-funded-pagelever-offers-deeper-insight-into-facebook-analytics/
(I'm still looking for a YC-funded/backed project which didn't get its very own TC review)
beta of the day, pt. 2
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