My old boss collecting screenshots of companies that care

Rajiv Pant, my former boss at Knight Ridder, is collecting screenshots of companies that have made an effort to help with relief efforts in Asia. If you have any, let him know. I’m blown away by these companies. Amazon, Apple, Ebay and more. Additionally, I’m blown away by what a blog can do when focused […]

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The BitTorrent Effect

For all too many I know, it doesn’t exist unless it’s mentioned in Wired. Hopefully this will peak their attention since some software engineer talking excitedly about what’s coming down the pike isn’t as effective (errr…). …Like many geeks in the ’90s, Cohen coded for a parade of dotcoms that went bust without a product […]

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Over 60,000 now, and CNN must have been listening to the blogosphere

The scope of this is just too much to comprehend. I have friends with family in the affected regions of India. They are OK and were just out of danger. As an aside, it looks like CNN has gotten the message. Their TV news is now matching the coverage of their online wing. Something people […]

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