• YouTube Finally Fixes Comment System

    YouTube Finally Fixes Comment System

    YouTube’s comment system has been one of the most frustrating features of ANY service online for a very long time. A scroll through a video’s comments would yield racist remarks, spam, more spam, and the occasional British-American supremacy debate. Now it seems, YouTube may have taken the first step towards fixing the problem. Some of
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  • Getting Blogged Out of Your Job

    Getting Blogged Out of Your Job

    WashingtonPost on getting “blogged” out of your job.

  • Requesting a Product Review on rev2.org

    Requesting a Product Review on rev2.org

    Here’s what it comes down to. Currently, I have a few people contacting me to check out their products or beta test them if I’ll write about them. I just love that. I’ll do it for any product as long as I see some life in it — good or bad — because ideally I
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  • Google’s New Skin

    Google’s New Skin

    Many of us are big Gmail fans and use it as our email service of choice. One complaint many have had, however, is that for all it’s simplicity and customization options, there has been no way to make it look better or unique to you. Sure, there were plenty of things like plug-ins by Greasemonkey
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  • AOL Video Launches: A Potentially Good Move?

    AOL Video Launches: A Potentially Good Move?

    After a series of bad moves by AOL in the past few months (a lack of innovation – and a lot of cloning), this one's finally looking good. AOL today (infact, just a couple of hours ago) launched AOL Video, what I would call a mashing-together of everything video AOL's done in the past (AOL
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  • 2012: Why MicroHoo is All About the Advertising

    2012: Why MicroHoo is All About the Advertising

    I’ve been refraining from adding my own two-cents to the crazyness around the Microsoft-Yahoo bid, but after reading Robert Scoble’s post today on why Google gains from slowing down the deal with their needless rants and why the underestimated future of the companies is in mobile as opposed to IM/e-mail where the spotlight is being
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