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The Air Force’s Rules of Engagement for Blogging [Updated] — Global Nerdy
Really not that stupid when you think about it, even if it is accompanied by Yet Another US Army Infographic...
socialmedia  policy  web20  blogs  protocol  bloggings 
january 2009 by infovore
Gamasutra - Share Your Experience: YouTube Integration In Games
"In a detailed technical feature with sample code, Team Bondi programmer Claus Höfele delves into the practical steps for your users to get gameplay footage automagically uploaded online." Good that this stuff is being published. This kind of stuff really isn't that difficult; the hard bit is recording footage from your game or framebuffer; the rest of the process is trivial, and hopefully coverage on sites like Gamasutra will help publicise this kind of interaction.
youtube  games  programming  development  integration  sharing  web20 
november 2008 by infovore
Blackbeardblog » Blog Archive » Video Killed The 2.0 Star
"...the fact that Flickr has users who are passionate and articulate about what they love about the site is an asset. It’s also potentially a headache." A great piece by Tom Ewing on debates about brand values with an engaged audience.
flickr  marketing  brand  web20  branding  engagement  video  business 
april 2008 by infovore
Face value | The Skype hyper |
"All three—the internet telephone firm, the video site and the social network—make almost no money. EBay's disappointment with Skype is a timely reminder of where this fad might lead." The Economist on EBay's Skype "issue"...
business  internet  web20  skype  ebay  economist  analysis  stock 
october 2007 by infovore Analyzing the Facebook Platform, three weeks in
Marc Andressen provides some interesting analysis of F8. The news for popular applications, such as iLike, isn't good.
facebook  f8  platform  api  web20  development  scaling  business 
june 2007 by infovore
Microsoft is Dead
"I'm glad Microsoft is dead. They were like Nero or Commodus—evil in the way only inherited power can make you. Because remember, the Microsoft monopoly didn't begin with Microsoft."
microsoft  web20  business  essay  paulgraham  internet  software 
april 2007 by infovore
magpiebrain » Blog Archive » The importance of Web 2.0
"...nowadays people are turning to cheap if not free alternatives such as the LAMP stack. Couple this with the low cost of hosting and bandwidth, and companies can focus their money on delivering what is most important – software that differentiates the
samnewman  web2.0  web20  software  development  ui 
august 2006 by infovore
What do we do with 'social media'? (
Tom Coates' own notes for the Guardian Changing Media Summit
socialsoftware  media  social  web20 
april 2006 by infovore
Blackbeltjones/Work: What put the "architecture" into "information architecture"?
"We’re not creating a space that people move through, and engage with. We’re classifying material to be retrieved. But with web 2.0, we are providing an architecture — a space, a platform through which and upon which people move, contribute, and cha
ia  informationarchitecture  web20 
april 2006 by infovore

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