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Daily Links – Sunday, September 30

XRAY :: for web developers Very cool AJAX bookmarklet for web devs that showcases the details of each element on the page. I’ve just started playing, but it looks very cool. Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Tags: webdesign, webdev Google lets subjects of news stories comment on articles about them – International Herald Tribune […]

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BlogOrlando Take-aways

“Well, what do you think? After seeing what an unconference is all about, do you want to go back to a regular conference event?” – Josh Hallett That (paraphrased) quote came at the end of BlogOrlando, the one day event that took place in Orlando, Florida (duh) for a single day. I’ve been to a […]

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links for 2007-09-26

Facebook and the enterprise: Part 1 | confused of calcutta Fantastic read about the realities of banning (and using) Facebook at work. Best quote: “Banning Facebook is the equivalent of banning coffee shops and water coolers and loos.” (tags: facebook socialnetworking enterprise2.0) Build a Facebook Profile You Can Be Proud Of Speaking of Facebook… I […]

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This is new…

I just got a mail from FedEx.com. Our records indicate that you have not accessed fedex.com with this user ID in more than 14 months: sink21*. If you did log into fedex.com recently, you used a different user ID. To keep the profile information and address book associated with sink21, please log in to any […]

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Job Board Update: 7 New Jobs

If you’ve not checked out the Community Guy Job Board yet, head on over. There are currently 7 open (and very tasty) community-oriented job openings. Community Server Developer (Vancouver, WA or Palo Alto, CA) Online Community Producer (Cambridge, Massachusetts) Web Content Producers (Online) Manager, Online Community, Yahoo! Video (San Francisco, CA) Yahoo! Sr. Manager, Customer […]

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Sometimes portable content is bad.

I love RSS. Let’s get that out of the way right up front. RSS can allow for some really cool opportunities and functionalities. My profile mashup on Profilactic, for instance, is a great way to collect content from my various personal content RSS feeds into one place. I have literally hundreds of RSS feeds in […]

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Why? Because it’s tough.

(This isn’t a political post, bear with me) If you’re following the presidential horse race, you may have read about the concern some pundits have about the fact that the top-tier (so to speak) Republican candidates have been blowing off certain types of debates, namely black and latino focused ones. The response from the various […]

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Why? Because it's tough.

(This isn’t a political post, bear with me) If you’re following the presidential horse race, you may have read about the concern some pundits have about the fact that the top-tier (so to speak) Republican candidates have been blowing off certain types of debates, namely black and latino focused ones. The response from the various […]

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links for 2007-09-23

Google To “Out Open” Facebook On November 5 “Google will announce a new set of APIs on November 5 that will allow developers to leverage Google’s social graph data. They’ll start with Orkut and iGoogle”… then they’ll take forever and only marginally implement with some other Google services. (tags: google api facebook) GQ ICON: Colin […]

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Webinar: The Art of Evangelism

My friend and evangelism guru, Guy Kawasaki is running a webinar about…well…evangelism. Duh. If you’ve never seen/heard Guy speak, now’s your chance. (Although, if you’ve never seen him speak, make it a priority to do so) Please join me for a free online WebEx seminar called “The Art of Evangelism.” During this seminar I’ll explain […]

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