By Zoli Erdos on March 30, 2010
It used to be Yahoo, MSN or AOL chat. Then Skype took over – it is my default IM system now, despite it’s obvious flaws. But nowadays the fastest way to reach most of my contacts is DM on Twitter. That is if I can remember their Twitter account names. While @firstnamelastname has become a […]
By Chris Selland on February 14, 2010
Is Google Buzz just a Twitter wanna-be, or is it a key component of a much larger strategy to take on Facebook and own the infrastructure of the social web?
By Jeff Nolan on November 19, 2009
AOL’s strategy, the latest new one, is to shift away from being an ISP to being a “next generation publishing” entity. Without parsing what it means to be “next generation” when you are doing what Yahoo has been doing for years, this sounds like a reasonable strategy but the anchor that weighs it down is […]