Videos of Le Web 3

For those of us who couldn’t attend the recent Le Web 3 conference in Paris, videos are up on Vpod.tv. See this blog post: “Videos of LeWeb3’07 are up” Or check out the official channel: http://my.vpod.tv/leweb3 Or, if you use Miro, add this channel: http://studio.vpod.tv/rss/tags:leWeb3

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Adam Greenfield is anti Social Networking

I only recently came across this post from Adam Greenfield in which he explains why he believes that computer-mediated social networking is inherently bad: “Antisocial networking.” It’s an important and powerful critique, though one with which I ultimately disagree. Greenfield essentially argues that: Social networking applications must, necessarily, oversimplify human relationships: they couldn’t possibly represent […]

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Is that a weave, or your natural hair?

Mozilla just (on 12/23, while I was off celebrating Lille julaften) launched another project on Mozilla Labs. This one’s called Weave, and it represents Mozilla’s entry into the data portability discussion. (I’m sure they meant weave as in the “weaving the web” reference – but I can’t but help think about hair weaves, and the […]

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Where am I? What day is it?

My Cingular Blackjack (Samsung i607) seems determined to keep me in the dark. First, it never works with the Google Maps “My Location” feature. Here’s all I get: On top of that, I’m still getting the occasional moment where my cellphone decides it is the future. This morning my phone briefly thought it was 2009: […]

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