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» MeMeme from Sam Ruby
Herewith, a simple demonstration of what aggressive canonicalization can produce. Venus may be in Python, but suppose Im in a Ruby mood. The cache is simply files in Atom 1.0 format, with all textual content normalized to XHTML. Lets make a f [Read More]

» Wiki Millions from Paul Mooney
New Web Sites Seeking Profit in Wiki Model Wikipedia has inspired a slue of new user generated websites... [Read More]

» New Social Model: Between Popular and Personal from John Furrier
Ross Mayfield penned a great post.   Ross is the CEO of SocialText and one of the smartest guys in social media around.  The Internet 2.0 world its about new ways to understand user behavior that span the ranges that Ross talks about .... [Read More]

» Getting By With a Little Help From Your Friends. from Conversion Rater
Ross Mayfield wants MeMeme, the idea of a social news application thats not just based on the wisdom of the crowds like Digg or TechMeme, but based on whats popular with his friends/colleagues/what he reads. As he mentions in his post, th... [Read More]

» Jubilee Thoughts: More on Personalized Meme Tracking from Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life
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» miMeme from Reflexiones e irreflexiones
En los últimos días está causando cierto revuelo algo que seguro que ya todos habíamos pensado: ¿de qué me sirven los sitios de votos meméticos o los sistemas que agregan la sabiduría de las masas si eso no se ajusta a mis necesidades? Es un argument [Read More]

» Link analysis from JD on EP
Link analysis: Please 'scuse me while I act small for a minute, but this weekend's flurry of bounces off of Ross Mayfield's request for finding common links among personally trusted writers included a line from Memeorandum founder (and public benefacto... [Read More]

» Catching up on conversations from Clicked
One of the great benefits of the blogosphere is being able to eavesdrop on a variety of conversations.... [Read More]

» Catching up on conversations from Clicked
One of the great benefits of the blogosphere is being able to eavesdrop on a variety of conversations.... [Read More]

» Stick-to-it-ness from Sam Ruby
A bit of quasi-coherent quasi-incohent rambling on this gorgeous Friday afternoon. Years ago, I used Mozilla as my browser. Then it became apparent that IE was the better browser, so I switched to it. Ultimately, IE stagnated for a number of years, a [Read More]

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