Bring Twitter Onto Your Blog With Chat Catcher

Bring Twitter Onto Your Blog With Chat Catcher

If you’re anything like me, and you’re sometimes frustrated by trying to track conversations about you all over the web,...

WordPressDirect: Spam, Dirty Spam

WordPressDirect: Spam, Dirty Spam

If you don't have time to write a blog then don't. Don't plagiarize other peoples' work. WordPressDirect gets a "fail" from me.

Which Sites Are You Deeply Engaged With?

Which Sites Are You Deeply Engaged With?

Last month, Yahoo and ComScore released the results of a joint research project which showed that our of an average...

Yammer – Useful To You?

Yammer – Useful To You?

About a month ago I wrote about Yammer, the "Twitter behind the firewall" service that won the top prize at...

My Podcamp Montreal Dashboard

My Podcamp Montreal Dashboard

I’ve had a couple of conversations at work recently about using iGoogle to pull feeds together. To test the waters, I’ve...

Yammer – Twitter Behind the Firewall… and Turbocharged

Yammer – Twitter Behind the Firewall… and Turbocharged

If you follow the bright new shiny object brigade, you probably already know about Yammer, the company that takes Twitter‘s...

Ubiquity Changes The Way You Surf The Internet

Ubiquity Changes The Way You Surf The Internet

A couple of weeks ago, there was a lot of buzz about Ubiquity, a new Firefox extension released by Mozilla...

WebAnywhere Brings Convenient Internet Access To Blind People

WebAnywhere Brings Convenient Internet Access To Blind People

WebAnywhere is a web-based screen reader. It takes the content on a web page, translates it to text and reads it aloud for the user. By putting the screen reader in a browser window, WebAnywhere makes web surfing by blind people possible from any computer.

BackType Plugs A Hole In Online Monitoring Systems

BackType Plugs A Hole In Online Monitoring Systems

BackType, a new service by Canadians Christopher Golda and Michael Montano, finds and aggregates comments from across the web. One...

Feedburner, You Cut Me Deep

Feedburner, You Cut Me Deep

Whereas I used to look to my Feedburner stats with excitement (I'm a big numbers geek) to see whether my posts resonated with people (hence my subscriber count would go up), nowadays I look more with trepidation, wondering whether the stats will work each day.

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