Lazyweb: A better Flickr browser

Gosh, I’ve been using Flickr for ever, but I still find it frustrating to go through my contact’s photos. I have searched for all sorts of tools to make it easier but none of them satisfy me. I have seen bits a pieces of what I want from different apps and hacks, but none have […]

links for 2008-02-29

Blockbuster year for mobile phones | InfoWorld | News | 2008-02-27 | By Mikael Ricknäs, IDG News Service “With more than 1 billion phones sold globally for the first time, 2007 was a banner year for mobile phone sales. As sales continue to grow, the big questions this year are whether global market leader Nokia […]

links for 2008-02-28

Mobile Opportunity: Mobile applications, RIP (tags: applications apps article business carriers development trends web technology software programming platform mobile internet future wireless) Go Beyond the Connection – LinkedIn [I feel smart every time someone makes a page like this.] LinkedIn heralds its next era with some exciting additions to the homepage. (tags: linkedin networking socialsoftware […]

Notes on notes of essays someone else never wrote

I’ve heard a lot about Matt Web through those closest to him, but never really met him. Matt is half of an interesting and insane design duo, Schulze & Webb (I have met Schulze, BTW). It’s safe to say that Schulze & Webb are racing forth, defining what happens when you mix design and Web […]

links for 2008-02-27

Australian Centre for RF Bioeffects Research – Science Week “The Egg Experiment – Can A Mobile Phone Cook An Egg?” (tags: radio science funny mobile health)

BioMed Central article on Semantic Web and biomedicine

What got me thinking all over again about the Semantic Web and how to find, navigate, recombine, and contribute to the flow of knowledge was a brief series of meetings with the folks at BioMedCentral. Of course, it helps that I am also a bio-geek. BMC Bioinformatics had a special supplement on semantic e-science in […]

Fred Stutzman on the future of social networks

Fred has written a ton of great articles on the nature of social networks, and what works and doesn’t. This article (link below) gives me pause to my thinking that the trend is towards a ‘me and mine’ ring-fenced social network. But, at the same time, does a good job of showing that Social Relevance […]

Doc Searls: The World Live Web

Doc Searls has a really good article on the state of the Web (from last fall).* He talks about the ‘static’ Web and the ‘living’  Web. The static Web is about sites and content. The living Web is about time and people. What really sums it up for me is the comment at the end […]

links for 2008-02-24

The Emergence of Flow-Based Search | AlwaysOn [Interesting…] “SkyGrid’s flow based architecture and advanced analytics enable it to view the web as a living breathing, changing entity” (tags: search SemanticWeb semweb interesting information) SkyGrid Finds Gold In The Wisdom Of The Webs – GigaOM “a news aggregator so clever, you don’t even have to read […]

links for 2008-02-23 – community innovation and funding “Cofundos helps to realize open-source software ideas, by providing a platform for their discussion & enrichment and by establishing a process for organizing the contributions and interests of different stakeholders in the idea.” (tags: collaborative community development funding ideas opensource sharing tools vc work Software) evhead: Will it fly? […]