From the Pipeline – 5.4.08

Being Sunday another fun episode of the Elite Tech News podcast was put to bed – or at least in to the producer’s hands. Something about Art cleaning it up a bit and making sure there isn’t any language to offend the sensibilities of the more tender of our listeners. I tried to make his job a little easy but I’m sure you’ll hear a few beeps. In the meantime here’s a few things that caught my eye in today’s FriendFeed pipeline.

AVG Free Anti-Virus 2008 Released, Much Improved :: Lifehacker – apparently a new version of the perennial free anti-virus program AVG has been released.

Springnote: My New Virtual Three-Ring Binder :: Profy – Cyndy provides us with a bit of a review of a new note keeping program called Springnote. I wonder how it stacks of against EverNote?

Echo Chamber Break Out :: Seek – SeekGround has a fun post about dealing with the ever present echo chamber that bloggers seem to find themselves.

Twitter Said To Be Abandoning Ruby on Rails :: TechCrunch – Michael reports that contrary to whatever Twitter honcho’s assert the company is in fact trying to move away from Ruby on Rails; which is the development language to service is written in.

Twitter 101: Clarifying The Rules For Newbies :: SheGeeks – Corvida has a great post up to help newcomers to Twitter find their way around the service.

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  1. CyndyA
    05/05/08 at 5:25

    Steven, I have Evernote on my list of things to review but I've been, well, lazy? busy? ;) I'll compare the two when I do write it up; thanks for the suggestion!

  2. CyndyA
    05/05/08 at 6:25

    Steven, I have Evernote on my list of things to review but I've been, well, lazy? busy? ;) I'll compare the two when I do write it up; thanks for the suggestion!