Category Archives: Web/Tech
My phone continued to blink for about an hour after I was able to retrieve my messages (see previous post). More astonishing was my glee at receiving a message via the Citibank website (my credit card honchos)! I had filled
I came to work today and found my telephone blinking with a voicemail notification. When I tried to retrieve messages the system told me that voicemail was unavailable. So I am wondering how the phone knows to blink?
Just a couple of recent widgets from the folks at Webshots. We added a "Webshots Photos" column for a9 and we just soft-launched (only available from the search box on this page) dynamic suggestions for the Webshots image search. Try
Somehow I landed on the amazon.com job site and saw that they have a "2 Pizza Team Leader" (2PTL) position open in Bangalore, India. At the risk of sounding culturally insensitive [disclosure: while I have an Indian first name, I
I admit to being outspokenly on the fence about the utility of tags. Others are also asking the question. Recently, I was the first victim of a nascent Social Media Mob and found my entire work space "tagged" (see photo).
It seems that Robert Scoble’s post on the HeyPix acquisition has sparked a small (and amusing) debate about Webshots v. Flickr. [Disclosure: I am a founder of Webshots, a former CEO, and now contributer as part of CNET Networks, Inc.]
A bolder and more expense move into user-generated content. It will be fun to watch how this develops. News.com reports After griping about Gmail, I have to say the keyhole satellite feature for Google Maps is absolutely slick! CNET offices
Well, technically it is a CNET acquisition, but bringing the HeyPix guys on board is the first time (in any incarnation of Webshots) that we have bought another company and we are very excited. The Webshots Desktop software has been
[Disclosure: I have a bunch of friends who work at Google!] After living through the Excite@Home debacle, I have been a long standing critic of Google’s late-90’s corporate cultuer. I also have doubts about rooms full of phDs churning out
I have finally decided to stop tormenting my friends, co-workers, and strangers with my incessant jabber and keep it in an "opt-in" weblog format. So, hello world.