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- Microsoft Reveals Strategy for Mobile Developers
Projects using PhoneGap
- Music Is Dead: iPods and Young People Have Utterly Destroyed Music
Kids these days! Next thing you know they'll be listening to Elvis and gyrating their hips in "suggestive" motions. Hey, you, get off my lawn!
- So What Do You Do, Robert Quigley, Austin American-Statesman Internet Editor? – mediabistro.com Content
"I started out trying to get that reader blog community going. I did that for about a year, pushing hard for that. Then, last year around this time, we upgraded to get site-wide commenting, and I was the project leader for that. I spent 80 to 90 percent of my time that first couple of years doing the assignments editor half. It wasn't 50/50 — that's what it was supposed to be, but it wasn't. But I was in charge of the project of upgrading our software, figuring out how to migrate all our bloggers into the new software, things like that. As time has gone on, I've come up with strategies for Twitter. Now I probably spend more time [on the] social media side, less on the assignment editor side. Part of that is due to the newsroom evolving and the culture changing. It doesn't take as much prodding as it used to, to get things online." Also, see his commentary on Twitter becoming an important, page-view generating part of their strategy.
- How The Crash Will Affect Corporate IT
- 10 Years, 10th Version. SolarWinds Engineer’s Toolset Continues to Set the Standard for Network Management Tools – SolarWinds
- Ed Brill – Microsoft motivation for Exchange Online: "Customers will write us bigger checks."
Let the poop throwing being! 😉
- 451 CAOS Theory » Towards an agreed taxonomy for open source business strategies
- Ethnographies of Code – Computer Programs as the Lived Work of Computer Programming
- Edificial Intelligence: Misty, water-colored memories…