Blogging on and off the corporate domain

Always delightful social media guru practitioner (and north shore Massachusetts neighbor) Chris Brogan has an excellent post on the overlap/conflict between personal brand and corporate brand: “The Big Risk for Corporate Trust Agents.” I started writing this as a comment on that post, but realized it was really a post in its own right. Key […]

Continue reading →

Miro goes 1.0

Miro, the open source video subscription management and player application about which I’ve blogged many many times (really many) , has finally gone 1.0! Check out the announcement on the Miro blog: Miro 1.0 is here. There’s also: Comprehensive Feature Guide to 1.0 The official Press Release Explanation of co-branding potential A comparison of Miro […]

Continue reading →

Mozilla Prism vs Adobe AIR

A few weeks back, Mozilla introduced into Mozilla Labs an application called Prism, which essentially rebrands the old Mozilla WebRunner as a desktop container for web applications. As the following image (from the Mozilla Labs Prism page) illustrates, the idea is that Prism splits apart the light coming from the cloud into separate apps. (I […]

Continue reading →

TripIt gets rail

Ok, so I’m a bit behind in reporting the news here – I see from my email that TripIt added rail back on November 1st. But it was one of my few gripes about tripit, so I felt it was worth noting. From their email update: We’ve also received feedback from many of you who […]

Continue reading →