Thursday, January 31, 2008

More Twitter and General Stuff in a Technology Stove Top, 31 January 2008

Looks like a missed a couple of things in my earlier Twitter post More on the January 30-31 #twittout.

For example, I neglected the post in which Biz Stone bragged how wonderful Joyent is. Some people may doubt this.

And I also neglected to blog about Chris Brogan's question about whether Yahoo should buy Twitter.

And, just within the last few minutes, Dennis Howlett wrote Why Twitter's Failing.

And Zoli blogged about' claim that an online primary would be much better than those stupid voting machines. Zoli then demonstrated how easy it was to cast multiple votes at (Incidentally, I voted twice, taking care to put Duncan Hunter in first place each time, and was informed that both votes had a "credibility" rating of 100%. I'll keep on voting for Hunter this afternoon and see how long I can get away with it.)

Doug Meacham talked about a customer service hall of shame, which includes a lot of tech-related firms with very little competition.

Another one from Zoli: a business sign proclaiming We remove Vista - We install XP.

Finally, Mack Collier talks about something I don't have to worry about: Does the size of a blog's community affect its conversation?.

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Chris Brogan said...

Wow! In one post, my reading requirements just multiplied! Tons of neat links here. Thank you!

Ontario Emperor said...

Since doesn't work well for me (more about that some day), I've resorted to these multi-link blog posts when I don't have time to write about all of them.

Needless to say, Brogan's content should be a "reading requirement."