Archive for November 2007

WordPress Instability Issues Today

TweetI’m having some issues with blog stability today, due to a small change I tried to make late last night. Sorry if you have a less-than-stellar experience loading pages or browsing content. Tweet

Two Web Applications I Wish Existed

TweetI have no time to build or spec either of these, but I wish they both existed: “Second Chance Job Market” – I clearly need to come up with a better name for this, but here’s the basic idea. At any given point in time I know lots of people who are looking to fill […]

The Zen of Fantasy Football – It’s Casual Games for Men

TweetI read this article awhile back. The basic point they’re trying to make is that men are more of a force in the casual games space than most statistics suggest. I think there is a “hidden” casual games market in which men spend an inordinate amount of time and that “hidden” market (it’s in quotes […]

Facebook Invites – Underestimated?

TweetI’ve been playing around with a lot of invitation systems lately and I did my first large scale test on Facebook this past month. Overall, I’d have to say that the web 2.0 event planning / invitation universe is severely underestimating the potential threat that Facebook events represent. Overall, Facebook events are a great way […]

Web 3.0: New Opportunities on the Semantic Web

TweetIf you’re interested in the semantic web or generally want to hear from folks who are trying to push the envelope with what’s next on the web, I’d encourage you to attend this upcoming MIT/Stanford event on Web 3.0 and the semantic web: Web 3.0: New Opportunities on the Semantic Web Tuesday, November 20th, 2007 […]

Battle of the Bluetooth Headsets – Plantronics Discovery 665 vs. Aliph Jawbone

TweetI’ve been in the market for a new Bluetooth headset so I went ahead and bought two of the highest-rated headsets on the market – the Plantronics Discovery 665 and the Aliph Jawbone. They both have serious pros and cons but I’d have to say that the Plantronics wins for ease of use and style […]