Tag Archives: Jaiku

Friendfeed a destination site, that is soooo web 2.0!

Michael Arrington writes this morning about the fast growing aggregator service called Friendfeed. After launch, just one month ago the ex-Google founders already see a steady climb of users. Most likely because a number of power users like Robert Scoble … Continue reading

Posted in destination service, Friendfeed, Jaiku, Michael Arrington, Robert Scoble, Twitter, user centric web, web 2.0, web 3.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Will Microsoft and Yahoo create the biggest social network ever?

There is a lot of talk about the Microsoft takeover attempt of Yahoo this weekend. TechMeme is flooded with blog posts about the subject. I’m not so interested in the “breaking news” factor, but I am more interested in the … Continue reading

Posted in Android Mobile OS, e-mail, Google, Jaiku, Microsoft, OpenSocial, Orkut, social networks, Yahoo | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Let’s start using Twitter for what it is

A lot of talk this morning about the downfall of Twitter servers during the Steve Jobs Keynote speech. Apparently the Twitter servers couldn’t handle the traffic that build up. Especially people who were depending on Twitter to live blog the … Continue reading

Posted in business model, Dave Winer, Google, Jaiku, scott karp, Steve Jobs, Twitter, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , | 8 Comments

We need a revolution in Mobile UI thinking

A few days ago I was fiddling around with my mobile phone (a Nokia N95) and it occurred to me (yet again) that the current mobile phone user interface just doesn’t work for me. Yes, the screens have become much … Continue reading

Posted in Apple, e-mail, iPhone, Jaiku, MMS, Mobile, Mobile Internet, Nokia N95, remote control of life, revolution, Twitter, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Solving the Mobile Internet equation

There is a lot of talk going on about mobile services. Especially Location Based Services (LBS) get a lot of attention. A few posts that drew my attention: Om Malik wrote a short overview article of the deals that have … Continue reading

Posted in Google, interaction, Jaiku, Location Based Services, Mobile Internet, privacy, SMS, Walter Mossberg | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Dear Yahoo, Microsoft, Google e-mail. Forget Facebook, start innovating!

I read an article this morning by the Wall Street Journal on social features in e-mail. In this article they state that e-mail providers are trying to gain back ground from social networking sites like Facebook¬† by adding social features … Continue reading

Posted in e-mail, Facebook, Google, interaction, Jaiku, Microsoft, myspace, Om Malik, social networks, Twitter | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Twitter makes me a groupie, I’d rather be a friend

I have recently decided to give Twitter a try. Out of curiosity, as I read a lot about it. The most compelling argument to give it a try was provided by Robert Scoble (couldn’t find the original post, sorry) who … Continue reading

Posted in Biz Stone, emotions, Google, interaction, Jaiku, Robert Scoble, social networks, Twitter | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

10 ways to improve web 2.0 and move into an era of true interaction

I have expressed my opinions about the flaws in web 2.0 and how to correct them earlier and have gotten some very smart replies to that. I believe that in the end it is all about interaction between people. My … Continue reading

Posted in Facebook, Google, interaction, Jaiku, Mobile, myspace, social networks, Twitter, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 10 Comments

Social Networks from the service creators point of view

There was a panel discussion organised at Picnic 2007. With Jyri Enstrom of Jaiku, Matt Biddulph of Dopplr, Felix Petersen of Plazes, Biz Stone of Twitter, and Raymond Spanjar of Hyves as panel members I was waiting for an interesting … Continue reading

Posted in Mobile Internet, Rolf Skyberg, social behavior, social network, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment