Is this analogy true or false? Blogs are to bloggers as Twitter is to bloggers. I would say no – this is false. This isn’t true. If you’re a Twitter user, this does not automatically make you a blogger. I have been guilty of making it seem like it is, but that’s probably because I’ve… Continue reading Why Twitter Is Taking Over My Blog (And Why I Don’t Like It).
Breaking news coming from Silicon Valley today includes the apparent acquisition of FriendFeed by social media giant Facebook. Coverage was spread across all the major blogs, including TechCrunch, Mashable and reported on other websites like Louis Gray, Aaron Brazell and FriendFeed power user Robert Scoble. I’m not sure if this makes much sense for FriendFeed… Continue reading FriendFeed: Will You Accept Facebook’s Friend Request?
This Friday, technology blog TechCrunch, brings to the San Francisco Bay Area a special event called CrunchUp – a conference mashup designed to bring brilliant minds together to explore and map out different paths that the technology stream can take. Hosted by TechCrunch’s IT editor Steve Gillmore and the creator of blog, Michael Arrington, this… Continue reading CrunchUp Wants To Show You How it is in Real-Time
During a discussion that I had with Brian Solis and Shashi Bellamkonda earlier this month, an interesting topic came up that led to me to write this post. One thing that has become apparent on Twitter is that there is way too much noise. How can people break through the clutter and get their voices… Continue reading How To Use FriendFeed To Disrupt Twitter’s Noise