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Short Stuff for June 26th
06.26.06 | No Comments
Category: Network | Tools | Music | Second Life

More on the music front - Tower Records kicks off Digital Download service (Engadget)

A peek at understanding Second Life’s potential (Neville Hobson)

Attend a Second Life Marketing Conference (in Second Life)
06.22.06 | No Comments

All the more reason for me to fire back up my Second Life account, Micro Persuasion had a news item up about a Marketing Conference/panel discussion in Second Life occuring tommorrow at noon (PST).

Short Stuff for June 16th
06.16.06 | No Comments

Google makes a play for Flickr (Paul Stamatiou)

A look at a pay-to-play ARGN model (ARGN)

Bill Gates steps down from Microsoft day-to-day (CNET)

The Social Networking Parade Marches On
06.16.06 | No Comments

ComScore reported this week that traffic to Social Networking sites continues to grow - worldwide. This is great news, but even more interesting was Stowe Boyd discussion of Fred Stutzman’s analysis of five MySpace competitors to watch out for, highlighting (most notably, I think) that Social Networking sites *just* made for social networks just don’t cut it anymore - users are more interested in doing something with their social networking time than just networking with others. Great analysis on both parts, and highly suggested reading as you coast into the weekend!

Netscape makes a play for Digg audience
06.16.06 | No Comments

Netscape launched a beta version of the newly revamped site, an easily identifiable copy of Digg - but with more channels and a group of 8 “anchors” who will both monitor and create content. This comes right on the heels of Digg moving into new content channels as well.  I agree with Digg CEO that they should be “proud” of the Digg clones - the interesting thing happening with the beta right now (if you check it out) is that it seems Digg users are “fighting back” on the beta site by posting anti-Netscape news stories about Digg. Kudos to Netscape for leaving that type of content up vs. trying to cover up or control it - attempts to control or delete it would probably just instigate the community further. It’s also nice to see that there is the (somwhat) rational debate going on vs. random Netscape/Digg bashing.

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