Monthly Archive: November 2006

OnlyWire Makes You a Spammer

OnlyWire Makes You a Spammer

UPDATE (14:02 HST): The fine print will get you every time! A commenter on the Wired write up points out the following in the OnlyWire Terms of Service: “You agree to let OnlyWire bookmark the http://www.onlywire.com site AND the OnlyWire Sponsor site on each of the bookmarking services you are...

What Are You Doing?

What Are You Doing?

Once upon a time on the web, there were online journalers. These thoughful diarists with a knack for code publicly reflected on their lives and the matters of the day, many imagining themselves as a modern-day Samuel Pepys. Then came weblogs, and the guttural nounverb “blog,” and suddenly writing online...

Social Podcasting?

Social Podcasting?

Podcasting is cool. Social networking is cool. Why not combine the two? It seems everything on the web today is all about “the social” (to crib Microsoft’s Zune catchphrase), but podcasting is often an solitary affair. Sure, podcasters meet up and hold conferences (or “un-conferences”) and trade notes on what...

Bloggers Wanted

Bloggers Wanted

Alex Salkever, founder of Hawaiirama, is looking for a few good bloggers. Local bloggers, that is. Hawaiirama is a slick new blog that “covers the Islands like a giant beach blanket,” with an emphasis on travel, food, and local happenings. It’s off to a strong start, due in no small...

Look, Ma, No iPod

Look, Ma, No iPod

The top gripe podcasters and even podcast listeners have is the misconception that you need an iPod to listen to them. Podcasts can be played from almost any portable media player, as well as from your computer. Well, a new service called Podlinez makes it even easier to tune into...