Lesenswerte Artikel vom 9. Juni 2010:
- Twitter Announces Bit.ly Killer
- Facebook: 2B Videos Viewed Per Month „Facebook is increasingly becoming a hub for online video viewing, with more than 20 million videos being uploaded to the social network each month — and more than 2 billion videos being watched. „
- Is Copyright Holding Back Research? „Part of the reason why there is so much fear of copyright law is because of the actions of many copyright holders, who not only aggressively push an extreme version of copyright law out to the public — such as the MPAA's infamous (infamously wrong) „if you haven't paid for it, you've stolen it“ education campaing — but who have used ridiculously high statutory rates to publicize the idea that for very marginal copyright infringement, you may be liable for millions in damages awards (not counting legal fees).“
- Spot.us Adds A New Ad-Supported Way To Fund Its News Stories „Visitors who fill out short surveys from advertisers now get credits they can apply to funding a story. Spot.us calls it “community centered advertising,” although “cost per lead” might be more appropriate.“
- BP Buys „Oil Spill“ Search Term „So let me get this straight… I can go to Google, type in „oil spill“ then click on one of BP's sponsored links. And in the act of doing this, I can magically transfer money, real money, from a company that fucked up the environment to one that gives me free software like Chrome, and Google Earth, and Android?
Hell yeah!“ ha!
- Aufstand? Welcher Aufstand?
- Twitpic Launches Face Tagging
- How To Turn Your iPhone into a Wi-Fi Hotspot
- Heimatreklame startet Groupon as a Service für Lokalseiten „Groupon-Konzepte auf Magento-Basis liegen derzeit voll im Trend: Heute hat Heimatreklame eine „Couponing as a Service“ Lösung gestartet, die die Betreiber (hyper)lokaler Seiten für Groupon-Aktionen nutzen können und die derzeit in Franken getestet wird.“
- Google Tries to Get Some Buzz for Wave With ‘Wave This’ Feature „The new feature allows users to add a bookmarklet to their browser that will create a new Wave from any web page, embedding a link inside the Wave so that other users can discuss it.“ nice
- XING founder Lars Hinrichs launches HackFwd, a product-oriented incubator „But although the web site for the new venture is packed with advisors and mentors, HackFwd will take 27% of a company it invests in – that’s a sizeable chunk. In the US, Ycombinator takes around 6% but can do anywhere from 2%-10% while TechStars take around 6-10%, whereas the London-based Seedcamp takes 8-10%. However, those latter programmes only last months, not a year.“
- The biggest thing at WWDC? One tiny name change „By detaching the name of the OS from the hardware it powers, Apple is opening the doors for it to be used on many different devices in the future. It’s already on the iPod Touch and iPad of course, but this name change means iOS could step way beyond mobile handsets and tablets.“
- Ein bebilderter Blick auf die neuen Feinheiten und Kleinigkeiten in Safari 5
- ★ iPhone 4 Impressions and Observations
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