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Bloomberg doesn’t offer RSS feeds. While I’m not aware of the official story on this, when I was in NYC a few weeks ago I asked them about it and they basically said they don’t want people consuming their content on non-Bloomberg sites. Okay, I think that’s wrong but it’s their content so they can [...]
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Reuters just launched a series of content widgets in India, U.S., and UK markets. This is a big win for NewsGator as Reuters is not only one of the best known and most respected news services in the world, but it’s also a global deployment with each region serving up local content (check out the [...]
I’m not a fan of email signatures that use images, fancy fonts, have legal disclaimers, and overshoot while attempting to achieve cleverness. But having said that, this is a pretty valuable piece of real estate that can be used effectively to not only communicate key details but reinforce brand messages. Email signatures come in all [...]
Here’s are some cool services for slicing-and-dicing Twitter: TweetVolume : Enter a keywords and a graph will be built showing the frequency of the keywords. It’s great for seeing how often your company is referred to versus competitors or doing a buzzword trend analysis. TweetStats : Analyze your Twitter traffic. Apparently I am a Monday [...]
Just found this Twitter add-on for Ecto which tweets when I publish a blog post. Could FriendFeed be a subset of Twitter?