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Tidbits About the GC-L3 Combo

I sat through a 65 slide presentation from Level3 about the integration of Global Crossing. The stats are nice for trivia night. Maybe someday CVX will hold a Telecom Jeopardy so I can use this trivia to win prizes. Level3...

Developing Profitable Web 2.0 Solutions

I will be moderating a developer panel at IT EXPO WEST on Developing Profitable Web 2.0 Solutions. The panleists are from Ifbyphone, Voxeo and Intelepeer.This is a Dev panel so we will be talking about The Styles or Ways to...

Developing Profitable Web 2.0 Solutions

I will be moderating a developer panel at IT EXPO WEST on Developing Profitable Web 2.0 Solutions. The panleists are from Ifbyphone, Voxeo and Intelepeer.This is a Dev panel so we will be talking about The Styles or Ways to...

Jaduka lands Mr. Mashup

A quick congratulations to Thomas Howe who took the CEO position at Jaduka. Thomas Howe is called Mr. Mashup by Telephony magazine because he not only evangelizes about mash-ups (and API's) but has won a number of contests including the...

A Very Online White House

If there was ever a demonstration of how a government could use Web 2.0 (user generated content), it has to be the Obama group. Here's 10 Online tools that the Obama Administration is using to connect to the People.  I...

20 Sites for Job Seekers

This may be off-topic but with the number of folks that are getting the pink slip, I figured I would list a bunch of sites for job seekers. Monster, CareerBuilder and HotJobs. Meta search sites like Indeed.com and SimplyHired. Your...

JobVent

By accident, I ran across JobVent today. On first examination, it's just one more Web 2.0 forum for employees to complain about their bosses. AT&T has 5 companies - 4 are rated as bad. Cbeyond and XO are on there....

How Safe is the Cloud?

Network World has a story about how an online storage site, Linkup, formerly known as MediaMax, shut down this week after 45% of the data was lost. Who's fault is it? Well, the article tries to figure that out.As we...

Dvorak Likes Shrink Wrap

In a recent column in PC Mag, An Ode to Shrink Wrapped Software, John Dvorak talks about the ten weaknesses of online apps. It really comes down to this: "Using the Internet to return to the old model of mainframe...

More Communications Apps

BlitzTime takes social networks one step further. One of the downsides to connecting with people on LinkedIn is that you can't easily communicate with them. With BlitzTime you set up a profile, including education, interests, etc., then log in, join...

Job Hunting

As unemployment rises (along with layoffs) and fewer jobs are being created, people need help job hunting. I get hit up for help all the time. Success Secret #4: Build It Before You Need It. Create a LinkedIn profile -...

The IT Oil Effect

With oil approaching $150 a barrel and consumers wallets emptying out way too fast, IT departments will need to get ready to support many more tele-workers (or remote workers). You would think at this point - with all the Green...

IP - no the other IP

My friend is kind of a patent attorney. He just got back from BarCamp Orlando (350 strong!). When he and I discuss Web 2.0, the one thing lacking is IP protection. Sure, everyone uses distributed computing in clouds and clusters,...

OpenID and Vidoop

While I was at FOWA, I learned a little about OpenID. I interviewed Kevin Fox, from VIDOOP, an OpenID provider. Want to learn more about OpenID? Listen to the MP3 of the Interview. (It was not my best interview, but...

Secret Portals

You'll notice that Web 2.0 apps like to open to private beta. (I think Google started this with Gmail but don't quote me). Lately, the requests for an invite to GrandCentral (voice management portal acquired by Google last year) have...
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