NRK (via Synovate) har spurt 500 mennesker over 15+ om å si ett ord de forbinder med Twitter. Her er resultatet.
I am a huge big fan of Spotify, it is basically running 24/7 at work and at home, but yesterday I wanted to test the collaborative playlist feature. I made a Spotify playlist called “It’s friday and I’m in love” and inviting people on Twitter to join in. The result was really interesting. We created… Fortsett å lese “It’s friday and I’m in love”, a Spotify collaborative playlist
First off I just want to say that I think this is probably NOT a very good idea, but I downloaded the Timelope extension for firefox today, that basically publishes every single webpage you visit to timelope.com and as an rss. Smart? No, maybe not, but kind of fun! Whyyy! Some people would probably say… Fortsett å lese Timelope takes lifestreaming to a new level!
Are you tired of Facebook? photo credit: borrowed time | demi-brooke The Facebook apps, like the infamous “Funwall” are a real pain, and I have started to remove, block or turn off email alerts on all of them. I do believe that Facebook needs to do something drastic about the third party apps though, like… Fortsett å lese Is facebook dying?
Twitter is a young shoutbox solution, great for emptying you mind and generally shouting in the forest. I went to look at it when it launched and my initial reaction was pure horror, but I checked back in today and signed up. The Public Timeline is still pure mayhem, but it sure is cute mayhem,… Fortsett å lese Why twitter works / Screw productivity
Another lawyer story. Cory Doctorow makes some nice points here. Personally, everytime I hear of a company trying to clamp down on how people use a word, consept or phrase, like Web 2.0 I feel that the final effect is to hurt the spreading of the consept. No one is going to love O’Reilly after… Fortsett å lese Boing Boing: Can anyone own “Web 2.0?”
Common Craft – Social Design for the Web: Is it a Tag Cloud? Weighted List? Zeitgeist?: “sorts of different names. You know what I’m talking about- right? The groupings of words with the size of the text indicating the popularity or frequency of the word.”