From the Pipeline – 4.12.08

My will to stay out of this weekend’s bitchmeme is slowly ebbing away as I see more and more being written that is just making me down right cranky. In the meantime here’s a few things that caught my eye in today’s FriendFeed pipeline.

Era of blogger’s control is over :: Robert Scoble – as far as Robert is concerned the time where a blogger has any control over their content and what is done with it or discussions around it is long gone.

7 Interesting and Useful Things to do with your USB Pen Drive :: Killer Tech Tips – just trying to do my part on passing along helpful tips

Sorry, I’m Not Buying This New Touchy-Feely Approach To The Music Tax :: TechCrunch – apparently Michael thinks that Ethan Kaplan’s post today is nothing more than trying to get all touchy-feely about having a music tax

IBM creates super-fast memory :: CrunchGear – a post about a new type of digital storage from IBM being referred to a ‘Racetrack’ memory

If Robert Scoble Is Right, Then Web 2.0 Is Dead :: profy – apparently Cyndy isn’t to hot over the idea that Robert Scoble thinks blogger control of their content is a dead issue

Are Pageviews Still Relevant for Bloggers? :: Mark Evans – just had to get one post from this weekend’s bitchmeme in and this one from Mark looks at the issue from a slightly different perspective.

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  1. CyndyA
    13/04/08 at 2:32

    It's not so much about control, but pointing out how useless most of these apps are going to be. If everyone keeps moving on to the NEW-SHINY the conversation will be everywhere and nowhere.

  2. CyndyA
    13/04/08 at 3:32

    It's not so much about control, but pointing out how useless most of these apps are going to be. If everyone keeps moving on to the NEW-SHINY the conversation will be everywhere and nowhere.