I know it’s a classic but when I spotted this today at Be.Interactive I just knew I had to share this here as well. Enjoy this classic cartoon.

I’m using the service for almost a year now and still this is the first post I write about it. It’s significant how my attitude about Twitter has changed over time. I was very sceptic about Twitter before I got on the service and even when I started using it sometime early April of last […]

Has it been a year already? Blimey! I mentioned before how The Age of Conversation was one of the more fascinating projects to be involved in last year so reading Drew’s announcement on AOC 2 there wasn’t the slightest bit of doubt, want to be part of this again. And so I am :) Thanks […]

How to Change the World: Forget the A-List After All “The gist of Thompson’s piece, based on the work of Duncan Watts of Yahoo Research, is that the theory that a select few “key influencers” matter more than “the rest of us” when it comes to viral and word-of-mouth marketing campaigns is flawed.” (tags: blogging […]

Sometimes I think I live on mobile. If there’s a device I really couldn’t miss it’s my mobile phone. Ask my wife, if on occasion I don’t take my mobile phone with me, she’ll wonder how it’s possible I forgot it. It’s just too odd for me to be without. According to my mom, it’ll […]

The Life Cycle of a Blog Post, From Servers to Spiders to Suits — to You “You have a blog. You compose a new post. You click Publish and lean back to admire your work. Imperceptibly and all but instantaneously, your post slips into …” (tags: aggregation blog blogging diagram map internet socialmedia technology visualization […]

I noticed this a couple of days ago through an article on Techcrunch. Yahoo! started doing some testing on integrating the Delicious results into their search results, and I like it. It seems like for now the Delicious rank has no impact on the search results (although that might obviously be next), but still this […]

In 2-3 weeks you’ll find me in Geneva for LIFT08. Check out this video if you didn’t know about LIFT yet or if you where still in doubt on going. See you there?  

I find myself slowly getting tired of my actual blog design these days. Looking back at when I actually changed to the current theme it seems to be almost a year ago, so I guess this is a yearly recurring thought. The biggest difference between now and then is that back then I really had […]

BBC NEWS | Technology | Home is where the hard drive is “Home media centres are finally arriving, says Bill Thompson. We just called them games consoles until now” (tags: BBC digital xbox xbox360 Microsoft Sony media home) A Flash Guru Talks about Silverlight | Joshua | MIX Online “Jesse Warden (dot Kizz-ohm) was recently […]