Monthly Archives: March 2008

WordPress 2.5

I upgraded this blog to WordPress 2.5 today. So far, I like the redesign of the administrative interface. Those folks at Happy Cog know what they’re doing. So far, I love the way it handles comments in the dashboard as … Continue reading

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Adobe launches web-based Photoshop Express

Adobe launched the web-based Photoshop Express recently and I’m trying to figure out if it’s any better or worse than Flickr’s  ( web-based image editing tool.  Adobe offers 2GB of storage, which is better storage than the free Flickr account, … Continue reading

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LinkedIn launches company profiles

LinkedIn recently launched Company Profile pages that display detailed information on companies like the Houston Chronicle. I must have forgotten the shear volume of data LinkedIn has from all of its members diligently entering all their connections, past jobs, associations … Continue reading

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Trainwreck 2008: Mark Zuckerberg & Sarah Lacy SXSW interview

If hair-twirling and vapid questions qualified one to interview internet superstars, Sarah Lacy executed a 360 slam-dunk today. Between shameless self promotion of her upcoming book (pre-orders on Amazon *giggle*), name-dropping of her past Silicon Valley interviews (Kevin Rose *twirl … Continue reading

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