Web 2.0 Sampler

first_imgTags:#Lists#web Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting richard macmanus A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… – There are 1.12 million feeds in Bloglines that “matter”, says Ask Jeeves Blog (meaning at least 1 person subscribes to it. nb: SEW and Niallboth point out that some blogs have multiple feeds)– Feedburner beginsto expand into “major media accounts and global relationships” (fulfilling all thehype I lavished onto them in my Best Web 2.0 Companies of 2004post last year)– Comparing tech companies to countries (check out the comments – there are some funnycomparisons. e.g. “delicious is Chechnya: Comprehensible only to those inside.”)– Profile of Bokee,China’s top blogging network (they’re planning a “virtual currency”, a la Korea’sCyworld, which will enable Bokee bloggers to charge their readers)– Study finds usabilityissue with blogs (if you’re a blog consultant, thePDF report is well worth pondering)– TonyGentile tells us to expect continued integration in Yahoo’s network (yes the socialnetworking, aggregation, RSS, media, etc pieces are all coming together quite nicely forYahoo)– PaidContent.org onYahoo’s Silicon Valley and Hollywood goings-on (see also WSJ.com and OmMalik)– Greasemonkeyhas a serious security flaw (Mark Pilgrim sounded the warning and the Greasemonkeyblog has details)– Slashdotcommunity debates the future of Firefox (as one commenter said, “I want to know howfirefox devs plan to address security concerns with the browsers.”)– Backing up yourGmail account (use pop3 or the auto-forward feature)nb: The photo of the dog and its long tail is from Anil Dash’s Flickr photostream.last_img