Posts from the ‘Web 2.0’ category

Why I’m still using Flickr

Travis has decided not to renew his Flickr Pro account. Like Travis, I’ve been using Flickr for a long time. I got my first Pro account–a…

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Let’s crowd-source a Pinterest satire site

I like online satire. The technology world takes itself pretty seriously, and deserves its fair share of skewering. When it’s done correctly, satire doesn’t have to…

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Kickstarting Support for Creative Projects

There are few blogs (and link blogs) that I’ve been reading longer than Andy Baio’s. He’s superb at finding the web’s weird and wonderful stuff before…

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Locking Up Your Legacy

For a while, I’ve been banging on about the question of what happens to your digital assets once you’re gone. Today, via LIVEdigitally, I encountered Legacy…

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Abandoning the Wisdom of Crowds on Big Ticket Items

Anyone paying attention to the web over the past five years ago is aware of the rise of crowd-sourcing and all its permutations. Whether it’s the…

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Cosmic Photo Browsing

On Twitter, Marshall just pointed to Tag Galaxy, a super-slick and fun new way to browse Flickr photos by tag. You enter a tag and it…

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Notes on BarCamp 2008: Sponsors and Hockey Pool

Reminded by Rebecca’s post, I wanted to post two quick notes about the forthcoming BarCamp Vancouver: We only have two sponsor slots left. If you’ve got…

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The Victoria Fringe and Structured Data

When you spend as much time as I do exploring the shiny and the brand new in the technology world, it’s easy to forget that the…

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