Looking at my Reader this afternoon, it’s pretty close to 0 unread, which has been typical over the past few months. I don’t know if it’s a lack of news or a lack of interest, but not much seems to catch my eye as post-worthy lately. So, I’ve been thinking about ways to branch out… Read More
What’s New with Connect?
Glad you asked, or didn’t either way, you’re still reading. It’s been a long time since I blogged about new features on Connect. I know not everyone can see the goodness (or care), since it’s internal only. But I figure some of you might be interested anyway. When last I wrote about Connect features, we… Read More
Why Do Feeds Fail?
Yesterday, we were meeting as a team to chat about how Connect enhancements, when Paul says he would use Connect more if he could have the activity running in Firefox via an add-on. Sounds like a good idea to me, and I’m already thinking of people who might want to tinker with an add-on, which… Read More
Poll: Do You Want Moar Content?
A couple people have noted lately that my posting output has increased. This isn’t entirely by accident; lately there are more interesting bits of news than normal. Usually, I have an opinion about them, and I want to poll you all to start up a discussion. Or I’m just feeding the iPhone lurkers. I’ve talked… Read More
Firefox Still Pwns the Field
Generally, I prefer choice in software. Intertubes browser is no different. However, in this particular category, I am an unabashed Firefox fanboy. I’ve been using it since 0.8, and it hasn’t let me down yet. I’ve tried the field, both for personal and professional purposes: Chrome, Opera, Flock, Safari, IE (all versions, 3-8), Netscape/Mosaic, even… Read More
What Are Your Five Feeds?
Paul asked me a while back which feeds I would keep if I could only have five. Or something like that, the exercise was basically, pick five and only five. If you’re like me, you cull your feeds every so often. Every three to six months, I get overwhelmed with unread items and cut out… Read More