Consumers strike back against corporate overreach in the cloud-based economy.
Yesterday’s announcement of Apple launching it’s Safari web browser for the window platform was a bit puzzling and I wasn’t sure of what to make of it at first. So I decided to read more about it and then install it. Of course, day one is always amusing. First, it’s clear that the security claims [...]
I was excited to hear that Danger would soon open a developer site. The license agreement seemed OK except for the following: 8. Product WARRANTY Invalid. Developer Acknowledges and agrees that the download of any software (including licensed technology) onto or tampering with any t-mobile sidekick or other danger hiptop device shall invalidate the limited [...]
Google recently posted a large portion of the Usenet archives. As far as I can see this post may be the oldest trace of my presence on Usenet.
Today, Earthweb and Internet.com announced that Internet.com was acquiring all of Earthweb’s content properties. For me, it’s an interesting announcement because I was involved in the building of both properties. When I left Internet.com in 1996 and went to Earthweb, I was in charge of building Earthweb’s properties into something competitive with Internet.com. At the [...]
Creating successful content sites is easy. Here’s how.