Category Archives: conversation set free

Commenting is easy, try blogging for a change!

Fred Wilson started a discussion this weekend suggesting that comments on blogs are often more insightful¬† than the blog post being commented on. He suggests that comments should be more prominent available in aggregating sites like TechMeme and Friendfeed. And … Continue reading

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Centralization of social interaction is not a good idea

This weekend an interesting discussion arose around the new RSS service Shyftr. Louis Gray started the discussion with a post , Robert Scoble,¬† Tony Hung, Mark Evans and many others, including myself chipped in our 2 cts. From there on … Continue reading

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You can’t claim an idea once it’s out there, just set it free

This weekend TechMeme shows that bloggers are pretty anxious about the new service called Shyftr. Shyftr is a new RSS service that allows people to comment on blog posts. The discussion is not taking place at the original blog, instead … Continue reading

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With great power comes great responsibility

I read about the fuzz generated around an interview Sara Lacy held with pop star Mark Zuckerberg. Sara was slaughtered on-line with several blog posts and numerous tweets that called her all sorts of things. Michael Arrington called it right … Continue reading

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