Daily Archives: May 10, 2007

The troubles with online newspapers

Mike Markson of Topix has a Top 10 list of the troubles facing their online counterparts. I’ve written about a few of these in the past: disintermediation by syndicators and advertisers. I agree with most of Mike’s points, especially the … Continue reading

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Twitter without the SMS bill hangover

Twitter has released a mobile version of its Web site at http://m.twitter.com. Instead of sending and receiving SMS messages each time you or a friend posts a status update, you can just do it on the Twitter mobile site. Any … Continue reading

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The dumbest application you can’t live without

Email. I use it everyday and I mostly hate it. We’re stuck with a system that was designed decades ago in the kumbaya days of the Internet when most people who were connected to the Internet meant well and getting … Continue reading

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AOL launches new search product

AOL launched a new version of AOL Search today. Disclosure: I work at AOL Search. (But not on this product.)

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