Check out Mini-Techmeme for simple mobiles or Techmeme Mobile for modern smartphones.
12:05 PM ET, March 11, 2007

Techmeme

 Top Items: 
Ross Mayfield / Ross Mayfield's Weblog:
Twitter Tips the Tuna  —  On Wednesday, Twitter tipped the tuna.  By that I mean it started peaking.  Adoption amongst the people I know seemed to double immediately, an apparent tipping point.  It hasn't jumped the shark, and probably won't until Steven Colbert covers this messaging of the mundane.
RELATED:
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!:
The Evolution of Blogging, Cat Version  —  So blogging has evolved once more, and the talk of the town - or at least the talk of Austin, Texas during the SXSW Conference - is Twitter, that increasingly popular text messaging/blogging service from the makers of Odeo.
Acarvin / Andy Carvin's Waste of Bandwidth:
Can Twitter Save Lives?  —  Some of you may have noticed a colored badge in my blog's right column that shows what I've been doing recently.  If you haven't explored it further, it's from a messaging service called Twitter - and I'm beginning to wonder if it could be used to save lives.  Seriously.
Dan Fost / San Francisco Chronicle:
Where neo-nomads' ideas percolate  —  New 'bedouins' transform a laptop, cell phone and coffeehouse into their office  —  A new breed of worker, fueled by caffeine and using the tools of modern technology, is flourishing in the coffeehouses of San Francisco.
Katie Hafner / New York Times:
History, Digitized (and Abridged)  —  THE National Steinbeck Center, at the top of Main Street in this farming community, exhibits an array of artifacts from John Steinbeck's life and works: family memorabilia, a passport from the 1960s and movie stills from "The Grapes of Wrath."
Discussion: TeleRead and PaidContent
Anne 2.1:
Ten Things I Hate About You, Web 2.0  — The phrase "user-generated content."  Has there ever been a more condescending or less descriptive phrase for human expression and creation and connection?  — The techmeme pile-on effect.  Why does everyone have to write about the same stuff all at once?
RELATED:
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks:
SXSW Panel: How to bluff your way in Web 2.0
Discussion: splashcastmedia.com
Chris Brogan / lifehack.org:
5 Ways to Use Twitter for Good  —  I'm a big fan of Twitter, and have been using it heavily since the outset.  For those of you not yet using it, Twitter is a communications gateway that asks the question: "What are you doing now?"  Users can answer and hear their friends' answers via SMS, via IM, or on a webpage.
Discussion: One By One Media, Web Strategy and digg
Tony Long / Wired News:
March 10, 2000: Pop!  —  2000: The Nasdaq hits 5,048.62, the high-water mark of the dot-com boom.  It's all downhill from here.  —  The boom is more accurately described as a bubble, since it rested largely on wild stock speculation and freewheeling venture capital investment that resulted …
Discussion: digg
Rafe Needleman / Webware.com:
NEW BROWSER-FREE WEB VERSION OF TRILLIAN IS COMING  —  We recently covered the upcoming "Astra" version of our favorite multinetwork IM client, Trillian.  In that story, we also reported that there's a Web-based version of Trillian in the works that will compete with Meebo (related posts).
Discussion: Mashable!
RELATED:
Christine Herron / Christine.net:
Kathy Sierra Teaches "Human-ness" at SXSW  —  Kathy Sierra took her theme of passionate users to the next level at SXSW Interactive.  Specifically, Sierra posed this question: Why do people go in person to a presentation that's being blogged live, twittered, and videotaped?  Why are we all here?
Discussion: CNET News.com and Fast Company Now
Michael Rose / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
Where OS X 'Big Cat' code names REALLY come from  —  OK, so imagine this: You're Apple Computer, Inc. (still) and it's December 1997.  You've just blocked British Mac-clone maker Shaye from licensing Mac OS 8, thereby putting it pretty much out of luck for new products; in fact …
Discussion: digg
RELATED:
Mark Evans:
Is Vista the Beginning of the End?
USA Today:
Apple buffs marketing savvy to a high shine  —  LOS ANGELES - Apple's marketing machine has done it again.  —  While the biggest names in tech were in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show in January showing off new gadgets and gizmos, Apple gambled it could extract attention …
Discussion: Gizmodo, Apple Gazette and digg
Preetam Rai / Global Voices Online:
YouTube blocked and unblocked in Thailand  —  Visitors to popular video sharing site YouTube were re-directed to a government web site from Friday to Saturday noon.  —  2Bangkok has a post on the block … MICT stands for the Ministry of Communication and Technology.
BetaNews:
OneCare Deletes Users' Outlook Files  —  A rash of users of Microsoft's new Windows Live OneCare service, launched last January 30, have been reporting on Microsoft's support forums that virus scans performed by the service have resulted in the deletion of their OUTLOOK.PST files - the local …
Discussion: TechBlog, George Ou and Zoli's Blog
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of Techmeme at 12:05 PM ET, March 11, 2007.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 Techmeme Sponsor Posts: 
Microsoft:
Project aims to help parents protect - and connect with - their kids  —  One hackathon team from Microsoft's //oneweek focuses on family safety and aims to give parents an easy way to understand their children's lives online.
Freshdesk:
How to not sound like a robot in your email notifications?  —  Your notifications don't have to be just notifications.  They can be another opportunity to charm your customers and to keep them hooked.  Learn how.
VMware:
The Best Thing for Your Data Center since vSphere  —  It's come to our attention that some folks are less than certain about the differences between vSphere and vSphere with Operations Management.  Let's clear things up:
Zoho:
Customer Spotlight: How One Company Went from No CRM to Zoho CRM Power Users  —  “We had evolved our CRM from spreadsheets, to Goldmine CRM and finally to ACT CRM, but we knew we needed to move to a native cloud-based CRM”
Pure Storage:
2014: Pure, EMC, HP, and Violin all Up Their Games  —  The past few months have seen bold announcements from EMC, HP, Violin, and of course Pure Storage, the net result of which is that the market has changed and moved forward appreciably.
Sponsor Techmeme
 
 Site News: 

Nothing recent. See Techmeme News for earlier news.

 
 See Also: 
Techmeme: site main
Techmeme River: reverse chronological Techmeme
Mini-Techmeme: Techmeme for mobiles
Techmeme Leaderboard: Techmeme's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
Techmeme RSS feed
Techmeme on Twitter
 
 
 More Items: 
Darren Waters / BBC:
Designer hopes for love in games
Discussion: Profy.Com
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
MPAA's Aggressive Anti-Piracy Propaganda
Discussion: Download Squad and digg
Josh Friedman / Los Angeles Times:
Blogging for dollars raises questions of online ethics
 Earlier Items: 
Howard Owens / media blog:
Journalists can program, too  —  Nice post from Mark Glaser …
Discussion: Invisible Inkling and hubbub
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Career Advice: Don't Spend Half Your Work Day On Facebook And Then Brag About It
Discussion: 901am, VC Circle and digg
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
Apple on the hunt for multitouch display engineer
Discussion: Gadget Lab
 

 
From Mediagazer:

J.K. Trotter / Gawker:
New York Times Reporter Lifted Text From Wikipedia, Too

Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
Despite Circulation Gains, Profit Falls 21% at New York Times Co.

Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Newspaper industry lost another 1,300 full-time editorial professionals in 2013

 
Sister Sites:

Mediagazer
 Must-read media news
memeorandum
 Politics, opinion, and current events
WeSmirch
 Celebrity news and gossip