Hi all. Remember me? I used to blog here until of course Paul and Jake buried me with a crazy project that seemed impossible. Anyway, now that it’s out, I can talk about what I’ve been working on since all the fun we had with Connect this Summer. So, far the buzz on Oracle Mix… Read More
Orkut, Jaiku, Google . . . Gesundheit
All the good names may be gone. Reading this piece in Business Week on Google’s orkut and their plans for social domination, I figured it was finally time to give orkut a test drive to see what all the excitamento or halachala (I hope these are close) was all about. Orkut is wildly popular in… Read More
On Social Apps, Trying Again
So, Billy and I had a whimsical dust–up over the differences (or lack thereof) between our approaches to the enterprise-ification of New Web. A few other voices chimed in too. Right, wrong, indifferent, it’s been a slow week. Mr. Long Tail, Chris Anderson, posted an entry yesterday that hits the core of the differences between… Read More
Because it’s been a slow day, topic-wise, I figured why not blog my response to Billy’s response to my post on his post. This is how the blogosphere stays alive, feeding on itself. Plus, I don’t trust the comments. Billy’s making nice, saying the right things, e.g. “This misses the point or maybe my point… Read More
What’s in a Name?
As many know already, I’m not a fan of the term Enterprise 2.0. I think it’s derivative and boring, all at once. And yet, now people are building on it and advancing the version to 3.0. I’m also not a fan of Web 2.0, but that one is livable. An email thread with Paul coined… Read More