Posts Tagged: blogosphere

Techmeme River

Techmeme is a fairly popular aggregator for technology news from around the blogosphere, but I’ve never really liked it. I hadn’t thought about it before, but I think the main reason I didn’t like it was the layout. On Monday that changed, when founder Gabe Rivera launched a new layout option called Techmeme River: River… Reads more »

Scoble is leaving Microsoft!

News is flying fast and furious that the blogosphere’s most famous blogger has decided to leave Microsoft to be a videoblogger at PodTech.net. I’m really quite shocked at the news, and as Chris Pirillo notes, most of the blogosphere won’t even find out until Monday! Scoble himself is yet to post any extensive commentary on… Reads more »

Notes on The Changing Face of Journalism

Staying in the same room, where Mike Tippet, Mark Schneider, and Robert Ouimet are talking about the changing face of journalism. This probably going to be similar to what was talked about yesterday during Moosecamp. Here are some notes: We are experiencing an existential moment in the news. Readers can now make their own news,… Reads more »

Notes on The 7 Competencies of Online Interaction

I decided to switch rooms to check out Nancy White’s session on Snow White and the Seven Competencies of Online Interaction. Some notes: I’m also chatting live in the NV Back Channel. You can join if you want! Dickson just commented that he hates IRC…I guess he’s run into too many viruses! Our world is… Reads more »

Notes from Sifry on the Blogosphere

Dave Sifry and Tim Bray are on stage now, getting ready to do their presentation, apparently with no visuals! Sounds like they will be accepting questions from the crowd as well. Kind of a cool interview setup, Dave and Tim sitting on stage. How many people are bloggers? Everyone raises their hand. How many people… Reads more »

Google launches Blog Search

Google today unveiled Blog Search, which as you might expect searches blogs and is in beta: While Google web search has allowed you to limit results to popular blog file types such as RSS and XML in web search results for some time, and its news search includes some blogs as sources, Google hasn’t had… Reads more »

Predicting Katrina

Now that the blame game is well underway in the United States and especially in New Orleans, it’s interesting to see who predicted Katrina and who did not. Surely someone must have known it was coming right? In fact, lots of people did, including Brendan Loy: One of the earliest and perhaps clearest alarms about… Reads more »