I’ve been suggesting that, over time, more and more applications will be moving into a cloud space, thus making the need for local software less important. Perhaps there are some applications that are a ways away from this, but for the most part I think …continue reading
Google announced it was planning to start notifying site owners about outdated CMS software back in November 2009. Until today, I hadn’t actually seen one of these notifications. For several sites running versions of WordPress 3.1.x this morning, I received an email telling me that …continue reading
Being a webmaster while living under Google’s shadow sucks. No really, it’s not just about providing great content or even using proper Web site code to make things work anymore. Now we’re faced with adding ugly little +1 buttons, begging Google for forgiveness when something …continue reading
It has been said that Facebook is fast becoming the portal that could render traditional search a thing of the past. I happen to think these people are thinking like geeks and not like regular folks who find Facebook to be more of a social destination, but that’s another …continue reading
YouTube is adopting a Creative Commons License and encouraging users to opt-in to the most liberal CC License so that their content can be used in mashups.
Why does YouTube want mashups? Is it out of the goodness of its heart? Is it because it …continue reading