Category Archives: Web 2.0

The internet operating system

Two long, thoughtful and interesting posts from Tim O’Reilly: The State of the Internet Operating System Handicapping the Platform Wars

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Organising yourself with Evernote

Evernote is a nice little app that I have mentioned a couple of times before. It’s a note taking and organising tool, which exists in three main forms: a website, a desktop application for your computer, and an iPhone app. … Continue reading

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Google goes for Twitter

Google Buzz is the search engine giant’s latest attempt to get social to work within its suite of applications. Strangely, while we use Google’s stuff for all sorts of things, from searching to email to RSS aggregation to document editing, … Continue reading

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2009′s top tech

Here’s a quick roundup of some things I’ve really started to get some use out of in 2009. Not necessarily services that were new to the last 12 months, but ones which became a vital part of my toolkit. You’ll … Continue reading

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  Feedable is a nice online news aggregator. As well as having your own feeds, it also provides information on hot topics of conversation in a variety of subjects. Thanks to Steve Rubel for pointing it out. Tags: feedable, steve+rubel

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