Social Software

You too can start your own network

A new software package for just under $300.00 gives users the power to create their own social software sites using Personal Home Page technology.

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This site is an interesting blog posting about the new site LA.confidential. It is a blog hosted by the news conglomerate that holds USA TODAY and a handful of other new outlets such as TV stations etc. One concern point in the article is that by design blogs are counter government, corporation, or any other type of centralized control. The ...

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Blogs, Journalism and Non Disclosures

You know weblogs have made it as legitimate form of journalism when PR agencies and Corporations include them in the non disclosure agreements. Here is one I got this morning. (Names of Parties deleted) Representatives from _______ will be demonstrating and/or providing me with a beta copy of ____ and I agree to keep all mentioned dates, product features and ...

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Next wave for blogging

Is there a future to blogging? Well, here’s an article that suggests that blogging has room to innovate and evolve. The author suggests that it’s time for blogs to begin digging into niche topics and narrower markets of people: local discussions or just relevant, timely information about specific topics. Like cancer? Maybe. Like Relay? Maybe. And technology is not standing ...

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