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We All Live In Public Now. Get Used To It.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

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As the Web becomes more social, privacy becomes harder and harder to come by. People are over-sharing on Facebook and Twitter, broadcasting their whereabouts every ten steps on Foursquare and Gowalla, and uploading photos and videos of their most private moments to the Web for all to see. It's easy to say that privacy is dead, we all live in public now, and just deal with it. But things are a bit more complicated. It used to be that we lived in private and chose to make parts of our lives public. Now that is being turned on its head. We live in public, like the movie says (except via micro-signals not 24-7 video self-surveillance), and choose what parts of our lives to keep private. Public is the new default.

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Ten Technologies That Will Rock 2010

Saturday, January 2, 2010

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Now that the aughts are behind us, we can start the new decade with a bang. So many new technologies are ready to make a big impact this year. Some of them will be brand new, but many have been gestating and are now ready to hatch. If there is any theme here it is the mobile Web. As I think through the top ten technologies that will rock 2010, more than half of them are mobile. But those technologies are tied to advances in the overall Web as well. Below is my list of the ten technologies that will leave the biggest marks on 2010:

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Facebook ‘sets Christmas record’

Monday, January 5, 2009

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The social networking website was the second most viewed on Christmas Day behind Google, and ahead of YouTube and Hotmail.

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DataPortability project will change the face off web

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

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Did you like the idea of OpenID ? well i thought it was great but had some concerns about it as to how this will go over the web and how many will implement the idea. DataPortability architecture is something more than OpenID. its huge! Imagine your personal data that are scattered everywhere on the [...]

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