- Pandora free, streaming music is now available on Chumby (see pic above). I rarely get the amount of use I should from the Chumby – it’s a shelf-gadget – but I’ve liked Pandora on it so far, today.
- Mono 2.0 – I’ve gotten several press inquires about Mono 2.0. It’s an interesting language because you’ve got multi-platform support on both developer and deployment side with C#. People like MindTouch use this, and we’ll see how Moonlight helps out with Silverlight in the RIA-wars.
- Follow-up on the Splunk customer numbers of yesterday: Splunk confirms that, yes, it is 750 paying customers and they have 250,000 downloads/users of the free stuff as well.
- Bouncing off an IBM Tivoli Predictive Analytics analyst teleconference earlier this week I talk cover what that is exactly, compare it to BMC’s ProactiveNet, and have a happy coincidental connection to an interview on capacity planning for web-ops people.
- Finally, after fiddling around with the FriendFeed-like features in Facebook, I ask if anyone (in this audience) uses Facebook.
Also, thanks to John for pointing out the Debriefing podcasts: I’m glad he likes them
Disclosure: Adobe, Splunk, Microsoft, IBM, BMC, and MindTouch are clients. See the RedMonk client list for other clients mentioned.