So, I’m diving into what I think is one of the most exhibitionist of the social networking sites that I’ve seen, brightkite, today so I figured I’d blog about the experience.
The end goal hear is to update my status from one place:
brightkite -> twitter -> facebook
I think brightkite is kinda cool, I’m just curious if it is going to achieve the goal of actually bringing people together who just ‘happen to be around’ each other.
Continue reading flying my brightkite, tickling my twitter
FYI: if you want to leave comments on my blog (basically, this is for Dad & Sain, my most loyal comment jockeys) I’m making you register so that I can avoid further comment spam.
Continue reading open registration & spammers suck
I’m annoyed at the moment with Google Reader and its inability to open secure (authenticated) feeds. Outlook can do it, why can’t you?? In fact, it’s the one remaining reason I’m still using Outlook to read my feeds. It’s something very few RSS readers do, but it seems like such a great idea I don’t know why more people aren’t embracing it.
Continue reading grrrrrrr(rss)