Yahoo is looking to acquire a user-generated site, Tumblr. It sounds familiar.
A christmas carol, internet edition
Why monopolies may no longer exist in the online space.
The CEO of Yahoo lied. But sadly, it’s not that uncommon.
What are the 10 technology deals that define the decade between 2000 and 2010. Going in reverse counting order, here are number 10 through 6.
I’m a big fan of TechMeme, a web aggregation service that provides, at a glance, a few of what’s being discussed in the technology-focused part of the blogosphere. It has allowed me to unsubscribe from a large number of RSS feeds that were providing me with redundant information and I’ve long hoped for a version [...]
The tech community is buzzing at the news that Microsoft has made an unsolicited US$44.6 billion offer to acquire Yahoo and word is that Yahoo is actually considering it very seriously. The potential merger has long been rumored and there are many reasons for which it could actually make a lot of sense for both [...]
I am a tad obsessive about my address book. While there are several thousand people in it, I tend to believe that I need to make sure that they stay current and I look to my address book as the center of my social network. but it ought to work more like a personal relationship [...]
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 [...]
Due to the recent kerfunkle over the Kathy Sierra affair, Tim O’Reilly has now proposed a “blogger’s code of conduct” (covered with no less than a front page article in today’s New York Times.) In this entry, I will dissect the code and highlight why I think such a code is a bad idea. June [...]