Tag Archives: Microblogging

Jaiku’s Not Dead; It’s Morphing

To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of Jaiku’s death have been great exaggerated amid reports Google was turfing a bunch of services. Rather than going away, Jaiku is morphing itself into an open-source platform in which people can use the “Jaiku Engine” to create their own micro-blogging services. In some respects, it reminds me of identi.ca’s […]

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Tumblr Unveils Serious Upgrade

Tumblr, which has been attracting growing attention (and venture capital) as a publishing platform between blogging and Twitter has just unveiled an updated version of the service that, frankly look pretty amazing. The look and feel, while still clean and accessible, has been given a solid make-over with some nice sizzle, an improved dashboard, widgets, […]

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Another Twitter Blog

I know what you’re thinking; does the world really need another Twitter blog? Well, you may be right…or you may be wrong – only time will tell. So, why create a Twitter blog? It’s a good question, particularly given it wasn’t that long ago that I dismissed Twitter as pretty much a waste of time […]

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