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Saturday, February 25, 2006
 

Cool Photo App

Check out the new program by Albert Lai of Bubbleshare Looks like a winner to me. 

[Scobleizer - Microsoft Geek Blogger]
7:44:16 PM    

Saturday, February 04, 2006
 

It will be interesting to keep an eye on this. I don't see much of a chance for this in our shop.  

Forresterâs corporate blogging solutions evaluation, Part 1. I'm conducting a review of corporate blogging solutions this quarter and could use your help in the process. Forrester has been doing evaluations -- we call them waves of technology solutions for the past few years and we thought this... [Charlene Li's Blog]


4:03:51 PM    

Sunday, March 13, 2005
 

Blog Hosting - Steps for hosting a blog. The first installment in a range of info guides to help you setup blog hosting for personal and business blogs. Blog hosting : weblog host features Once you have registered your domain name, you will need to find a blog hosting provider. When comparing blog hosts, be sure to look at all ... [Blog Weblog]
3:28:13 PM    

Wednesday, February 02, 2005
 

Blogging at Public CIO.

Public CIO Magazine has an article on blogging by Blake Harris that I'm part of. Blake asked a lot of good questions and we talked for a while.

That is why the Utah state government's brash foray into blogging stands out. A few months after becoming Utah's CIO in 2001, Phillip Windley began blogging personally.

"It wasn't very long after that -- a month or so -- that I realized there could be a lot of value to an organization if there were people inside the organization who blogged," Windley explained. "I could see how when I wrote stuff on my blog, people who worked for me and people who worked in IT throughout the state, as well as others, would respond to it. I thought, "This is cool. I've got a channel to essentially talk to these people.'"

But Windley also wanted to hear what these people were thinking and saying. So he assembled a little program, negotiated a price for up to 100 licenses with UserLand, and offered anyone in Utah state government a free blog for a year if they wanted to start blogging. Although blogs were little known among the general Internet population back then, about 35 people took him up on the offer.

Many of these blogs eventually died for various reasons. "Some people just don't like to write," said Windley. "And there was some institutional backlash against it. There was>From Government Technology's Public CIO Magazine
Referenced Wed Feb 02 2005 16:00:46 GMT-0700
[Phil Windley's Technometria]
9:33:36 PM    

Sunday, December 19, 2004
 

First there were blogs, then wikis, then podcasts, now Wikicasts?.

J.P. Stewart revealed, in an IM message to me, another innovation: the WikiCast. I left a message over there. Anyone can. You just need to know the phone number to call and leave a message. It's a mixture of a Wiki, dial in audio, and RSS/podcasting.

[Scobleizer: Microsoft Geek Blogger]
11:46:27 AM    

Dvorak teaches blogging to newbies, MSN desktop shortcuts site opens.

What a great into to this.  I need to send this out to my friends who need some prodding. 

John Dvorak: Understanding and Reading a Blog for Newcomers.


11:43:09 AM    

Saturday, December 18, 2004
 

Onfolio 2 beta 1 ships.

Let's be honest. As much as I like NewsGator, RSS Bandit, SharpReader, and FeedDemon (they each have their advantages) the RSS News Aggregator that'll work for the mass market HAS to be built into the browser.

That takes us to today. OnFolio just shipped a beta of their new RSS News Aggregator. It's awesome.

It works on Firefox or IE. It gives Dave Winer his all-in-one-page newspaper view that he's been asking aggregator makers to give him. Lots of fun little features. Search, built in. It's actually a little database running on your desktop. Very nice.

[Scobleizer: Microsoft Geek Blogger]
6:37:31 PM    

Friday, December 10, 2004
 

Draft of a book proposal.

Shel Israel posted  a book proposal draft today. Join the discussion. That's terrifying, to tell the truth, but no more terrifying than sending Tim O'Reilly or Gary Cornell an email pitching them a book project. Blogger]


6:27:44 PM    


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