Monthly Archives: July 2008

Links: 7-28-2008

Why Innovation Is Overrated – Scott Berkun Making good things people love is the true spine of these companies (Google, Pixar,Apple) successes, and it’s a stronger framework (than being first or being more innovative) for managers to use when trying … Continue reading

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Links: 7-26-2008

Beyond REST? Building data services with XMPP OSCON presentation on building high volume syndication services using xmpp. (categories: xmpp rest scaling architecture presentation messaging feeds flickr ) Six Apart – Blog – Facebook Connects with Movable Type Details on the … Continue reading

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Links: 7-23-2008

David Gallo shows underwater astonishments | Video on TED.com Skip ahead to the ocotpus at the end. It’ll floor you. (categories: nature science ted underwater octopus ) adaptive path » blog » Peter Merholz » Conversation with Michael B. Johnson … Continue reading

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Links: 7-22-2008

Anil Dash: Lists and Being On Them Quote: "… promoting unsung or less-known members of a community can be a useful method of indicating a desire for a community’s values to evolve." (categories: community-management community status )

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Links: 7-21-2008

Mac OSX Software – MultiFirefox 2.0 | Code Contortionist Run multiple versions of Firefox on OSX. (categories: apple browser firefox mac browsers development testing ) Patton Oswalt: Commencement Speech Two pull quotes: "Reputation, Posterity and Cool are traps" and "There … Continue reading

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Links: 7-20-2008

iPhoneWebDev – Blog » Blog Archive » Making the Xenagia *Forums* iPhone Friendly Blog post writting by the iPhoneWebDev guys on how they made vBulletin iPhone friendly. (categories: iphone vbulletin mobile css customization ) Information Arbitrage: Monitor110: A Post Mortem … Continue reading

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Links: 7-19-2008

In Surprise, 2 Tech Titans Disappoint – NYTimes.com Eighty-five percent of Microsoft’s revenue now comes from overseas. Wow. (categories: microsoft global business revenue earnings )

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Links: 7-14-2008

Enterprise Portals Are Popping (Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox) Some good points about watching users vs. asking users and the first time I’ve heard the term narrowcasting. (categories: intranet usability portal portals design jakobnielsen testing )

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Links: 6-30-2008

Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life – Dark Launches, Gradual Ramps and Isolation: Testing the Scalability of New Features on your Web Site dark launch: the feature is enabled on the site but not actually shown in the user interface. gradual ramp … Continue reading

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