This data-centric approach may sound painfully obvious, but consider that at...– Kicking Pebbles » Blog Archive » On Yahoo! Mail + Singing News-O-Grams
What’s really admirable is the ease and style with which Steve Rubel...– The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs: Radically, transparently stupid
I was really impressed by Marten Mickos’ keynote. I guess in Europe they...– O’Reilly Radar > Overheard at the MySQL Conference
The Flickr team spent a lot of time greeting every user that came to the site,...– Christine.net: Caterina Fake and Meg Hourihan Share Flickr, Blogger Lore
The acronym POSH was coined on 6 April 2007...– posh - Microformats
Friending is the next advertising,” proclaims the report. And 40 percent of...– GigaOM » MySpace: Friending Is the New Ad
What’s a brand? I think it is the product of two things: [Prediction of...– Seth’s Blog: The brand formula
Ten years! To put this in perspective, when we founded Panic, I was coding on a...– ~stevenf
Using Twitter for literate communication is about as likely as firing up a CB...– From Many Tweets, One Loud Voice on the Internet - New York Times
It has become known that Ron Hornbaker, the founder of Alexaholic, was convicted...– Amazon/Statsaholic Dispute Just Got A Lot More Complicated
Keeping everyone aware of what you are up to every fleeting, uninteresting...– Kyte Launches: More Rich Media Streaming Presence
when Paul Rademacher launched housingmaps.com, the first Google Maps mashup,...– O’Reilly Radar > Amazon Sues Alexaholic…Everyone Loses
Dean Jones: I've been reviewing Darren's internship journal. Doing laundry, mending chicken wire, high tea with a Mr. Newman.
Kramer: I know it sounds pretty glamorous, but it's business as usual at Kramerica.
Dean Jones: As far as I can tell, your entire enterprise is nothing more than a solitary man with a messy apartment which may or may not contain a chicken.
Kramer: And with Darren's help, we'll get that chicken.
The underrepresentation of women and minorities in the information technology...– Jeffrey Zeldman Presents : Women in web design: just the stats
Today, we’re making some changes to how we help users find things to buy....– Official Google Blog: Back to basics
There is no feeling worse than the one of being used. It brings forth thoughts...– UX Magazine - Stop Using Your Shoppers
After turning down a $750 million -$1 billion offers, the company now wants to...– paidContent.org: The Economics of Content - Facebook: Is IPO The Only Option Now?
Almost no new idea meets the needs of shareholders and CEOs. That’s...– Seth’s Blog: Meeting needs
A more common complaint: that eBay’s culture was not so much homogenous,...– FEUDS: The Paypal vendetta - Valleywag
The ruling goes on: “The State failed to produce any evidence that...– Judges: online comments by minors protected under Constitution
Checkout and other issues have weighed on Google’s stock year-to-date:...– John Battelle’s Searchblog: Weisel on Google
All this label-less iconography-as-UI gives me the feeling of being somewhere...– Daring Fireball: Stikkit
The feedback you get from non-consumers is rarely useful, because the objection...– Seth’s Blog: Stinky Durian
This is one of the hot opportunities in new new media: hyperaggregation. If...– Online video lets consumers create their own TV - February 1, 2007
sox: too bad but at least now you know what address you should mail out your surplus painkillers.
kristin: haha. er... sox... you might have a problem. do i have to call for an intervention?
sox: no, you're not listening to me. i *used* to have a problem, but vicodin fixed all that.
Word of mouth is directly proportional to risk. If I take a risk and it works...– Seth’s Blog: Take a risk?
users arriving at our site had no idea who we were or what the site was about....– What do you do when your success … sucks? (Skrentablog)
KATHY SIERRA: A storm in a teacup - Valleywag