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Pownce: micro-blogging made easy


I like Pownce. I did like Twitter, but I don’t anymore. For me, Pownce is micro-blogging personified. While being simple to use, it’s deceptively powerful stuff. However, much like any other Social Network, it’s not the features that maketh Pownce, it’s the people… Recently, I’ve been banging a big drum about a new illness called […]


Yahoo! Pipes goes Geo


Ye know, I just didn’t get Yahoo! Pipes at first. But now that I do, the potential is staggering. As we inch forward, inexorably towards a web-enabled world, businesses must adapt to the web, to its new nomenclature, it’s culture and its strengths as well as its weaknesses. In this web-enabled business world, there are […]


19 better ‘blogging ideas


Looking for some ‘blogging ideas? Whether it’s boredom, the frenzy of a manic social life, isolation, knowledge & knowhow, having the ear for celeb’ gossip, or just the sheer will to talk and be talked back to, ‘blogging is an exercise in socializing that can reap many rewards, some of which can be financial… In […]


Better ‘blogging, part 1


I keep getting asked about ‘blogging by people and what does it take to be a good ‘blogger. First of all, I try to clarify one thing: being a good ‘blogger is not always equal to being a successful ‘blogger. OK, with that out of the way, I’m going to serialize my thoughts on ‘blogging for anyone, not just beginners…


‘Workstreams’ for mobile business?


So Google made good on all their mobile machinations and release a product that knits together GeoRSS and KML and it’s called Google MyMaps. Intrigued by the idea of drawing my own maps, I decided to plot out the route I take when I jog. What’s immediately obvious is that Google MyMaps is no Adobe […]