Pinboard Acquires Online Bookmark Service Del.icio.us, Ends Updates On June 15

Pinboard has acquired the old-school online bookmarking service Del.icio.us in a move that’s likely to bring in the more than 1 billion bookmarks into Pinboard catalog of  ideas. While Del.icio.us will remain online, on June 15, it will be put into “read-only” mode, meaning that no new bookmarks will be saved and the API will be shut… Continue reading Pinboard Acquires Online Bookmark Service Del.icio.us, Ends Updates On June 15

How “1” Is Not The Loneliest Number But Rather A Sign of Popularity

It seems that more and more time is being spent using Google+, at least for me. Yes, I’ve heard people say that Google+ isn’t relevant and that no one really uses it, but I find that it’s helpful in its own ways. Sure we can post things to Twitter and to Facebook, but for me,… Continue reading How “1” Is Not The Loneliest Number But Rather A Sign of Popularity

Delicious Revamps Social Bookmarking, But It All Stacks Up To Confusion & Summations

We’re always eager to record our activity and we’re always looking for a way to catalog it so that we can reference it later on. I suppose that’s why the social bookmarking industry came to fruition. A few years ago, I wrote about this phenomenon and for a while they kind of blended in to… Continue reading Delicious Revamps Social Bookmarking, But It All Stacks Up To Confusion & Summations

Vroom Vroom Party Starter! The Virality of the Web

Do you remember this past Super Bowl where there was a Budweiser commercial featuring Conan O’Brien? Well they started airing it again on TV recently and after seeing it again, it got me thinking about how the web has made it so that anything is no longer subjected to being seen in a specific area,… Continue reading Vroom Vroom Party Starter! The Virality of the Web