Category Archives: Web/Tech

Introducing The Start Project

At 83 Degrees, we have enjoyed building things so much we have decided to take it up another notch.  The Start Project is a new collaboration that gives us a little bit more muscle to build great products and see

Introducing The Start Project

At 83 Degrees, we have enjoyed building things so much we have decided to take it up another notch.  The Start Project is a new collaboration that gives us a little bit more muscle to build great products and see

Long Live RSS

I certainly hope that RSS is not dead. RSS consumption via newsreaders may be on the decline (although I find the implementation in Apple Mail quite usable), but I can assure you, RSS is actually the life blood of the

Long Live RSS

I certainly hope that RSS is not dead. RSS consumption via newsreaders may be on the decline (although I find the implementation in Apple Mail quite usable), but I can assure you, RSS is actually the life blood of the

Getting a Handle on SxSWi

SxSW is a microcosm of the information and opportunity overload presented daily online. @tempo is my all-purpose filter. @lancearmstrong gives great food recommendations. @byranmason is onto something pretty big. @aristeinberg is back on a PC. Is Facebook the new Microsoft?

Getting a Handle on SxSWi

SxSW is a microcosm of the information and opportunity overload presented daily online. @tempo is my all-purpose filter. @lancearmstrong gives great food recommendations. @byranmason is onto something pretty big. @aristeinberg is back on a PC. Is Facebook the new Microsoft?

Facebook Now the Largest Photo Sharing Site

Facebook has announced their 10 billionth photo uploaded further reinforcing something I have been saying for a while — Facebook *is* primarily a photo sharing site.  It may have been a feature that they added later, but it has been

Facebook Now the Largest Photo Sharing Site

Facebook has announced their 10 billionth photo uploaded further reinforcing something I have been saying for a while — Facebook *is* primarily a photo sharing site.  It may have been a feature that they added later, but it has been

Secret to the iPhone Keyboard – Heavy Fingers

I’ve had an iphone for about 9 months now and it is hands down the sleekest and most useful device I have ever owned.  I am yet to pick up the 3g model for two reasons: first, it has a

Secret to the iPhone Keyboard – Heavy Fingers

I’ve had an iphone for about 9 months now and it is hands down the sleekest and most useful device I have ever owned.  I am yet to pick up the 3g model for two reasons: first, it has a

Charge who for twitter?

There is a viable business model out there for twitter.  In fact, I hinted at it when I wrote about the service for GigaOM way back in September of 2006. Don’t listen to Calacanis or Farber.  There is no “freemium”

Charge who for twitter?

There is a viable business model out there for twitter.  In fact, I hinted at it when I wrote about the service for GigaOM way back in September of 2006. Don’t listen to Calacanis or Farber.  There is no “freemium”

Keeping it Real

Twenty-four hours before the SxSWi keynote with Mark Zuckerberg descended into chaos, Ballroom A was full with an audience too busy taking notes and paying attention to become unruly.Who was speaking? Jason Fried of 37Signals. The reverence was punctuated with

Keeping it Real

Twenty-four hours before the SxSWi keynote with Mark Zuckerberg descended into chaos, Ballroom A was full with an audience too busy taking notes and paying attention to become unruly.Who was speaking? Jason Fried of 37Signals. The reverence was punctuated with