Wow. I have been drinking from the fire hose of information for the past two days here in New Orleans at An Event Apart. The conference was organized by Jeffery Zeldman and Eric Meyer and according to the website: “Their … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: April 2008
Google released their Website Optimizer platform last week for general use. It has only been available to sites using Google AdWords in the past, but now can be used by anyone to enhance site performance. This is great news for … Continue reading
This is my Tweet Cloud. Interesting, eh?
Video link. I’ve been using Twitter for a while now and thought this was a great explanation of exactly how the site works. Look me up on Twitter if you’re interested.
French scientists are testing temperature sensitive paint for use on the highways as a visual warning for drivers in icy conditions A new temperature-sensitive varnish developed by researchers at French company Eurovia can be applied to road surfaces to warn … Continue reading
According to a recent TechCrunch post, Google will be venturing into the application cloud business to compete directly with Amazon’s S3 service. From TechCrunch: Unlike Amazon Web Services’ loosely coupled architecture, which consists of several essentially independent services that can … Continue reading
Merlin Mann, from 43Folders, presented a thought-provoking talk at the Google campus about time management. The video above is around 36 minutes, but worth watching if you have the time. I thought his concept of laying departmental ground rules for … Continue reading
According to a recent Wired article VC firms are having a difficult time finding start-ups that need their money. Simply put, there are not enough start-ups out there in need of large cash injections. As companies become cheaper to launch, … Continue reading