Jeff Nolan's take on innovation, entrepreneurship, tech and stuff that interests me
This is an interesting adaptation of tag technology, but I’m still not getting how it’s different than using categories or flags. MailTags lets you assign keywords to individual messages. The great thing about keywords, as opposed to simply moving messages to folders, is that you can assign multiple keywords to a given message. For example, [...]
I collect woodworking tools (know how to use them as well, but that’s for another post) and like most collectors of things I subscribe to a number of forums that represent “enthusiast communities”. Before I get to that I want to give you a little background on vintage woodworking tools.
The term “reality distortion field” really does apply to Google, they can convince you of anything but once they leave the room the enthusiasm for it wears off. The parallels to LTCM that Ed raises are sobering. Even when LTC was about to crater, he remembers going to their offices, being sequestered into an off-campus [...]
Over the last 2 weeks I have noticed that my iPod has been acting really strangely, it wouldn’t connect with iTunes and 2 days ago it just went dead. It’s a Nano and I got it last October, I have no idea what the warranty is and I somewhat resigned myself to having to buy [...]
I am on a flight to NYC. If anyone wants to meet up tomorrow or Friday drop me a note.
Will Pate is going to Flock as a Community Ambassador. Interesting, I like Flock.
I was excited to hear so much of the discussion about how we compress product cycles, roll out incremental updates that are non-disruptive, and capture collective external innovation just as critically as internal.As such, businesses need to be architected to leverage the innovation of others. Certainly the multiple benefits – cost, innovation, wealth – standards and open-systems have made possible speak to the value of building businesses that are premised on the axiom of distributed innovation.
I’m not the only one that is dismayed by the lack of support for WMV.The Internet is getting less and less friendly to Mac users who want to watch live streaming video. It’s something that’s been bugging me more over the past year, but I’ve kind of learned to accept it at this point, simply being grateful that Flip4Mac was able to handle some newer Windows Media files and that YouTube and Google Video are in a platform-agnostic flash-based video format.
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Maybe this will inspire them to make much needed improvements in blogger.Update: We’ve determined the cause of tonight’s outage…. which allowed the blog address to be temporarily claimed by another user.