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MG Siegler / massive greatness:
Ripping Off The Bloody Band-Aid   —  It's really not that hard to understand.  Nor is it evil.  Nor is it perfect.  Nor is it the end of the world.  It is what it is.  And my bet is that, as usual, the outrage will be relatively short-lived.  —  I'm talking, of course …
Sep 26, 2012, 9:15 PMIn context
MG Siegler:
My Product Feedback   —  Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile Mobile …
Sep 22, 2012, 9:45 PMIn context
MG Siegler:
You Either Die A Hero Or You Become The Villain   —  Over the past month, I've been watching Dalton Caldwell's App.net experiment with much interest.  Essentially, he's trying to rebuild Twitter from the ground up, only as a fully user and developer-supported network.
Aug 11, 2012, 8:05 AMIn context
MG Siegler:
Twitter's Landscaping Problem   —  Twitter.  On the surface, it's another year, another bitch session.  Developers are up in arms!  Everyone is threatening to leave!  Or, at least, hundreds of people!  There's talk of open source competitors!  It's over!  Maybe!
Aug 1, 2012, 11:45 PMIn context
MG Siegler:
Requiem For A Digg   —  To me, the most interesting aspect of the Digg story is just how much of a central role the service has played in the larger story of our current tech scene.  It was a key catalyst in the era of social that we now live in.  And the company's diaspora has seeded many of the current crop of services we all use.
Jul 15, 2012, 7:05 AMIn context
MG Siegler:
The Traveling Data Dystopia   —  It seems that everyone likes to talk about “disconnecting” when they travel.  That is, they want to get away from checking Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Path, etc, while they're away.  That's great.  I'm pretty much the opposite.
Jul 11, 2012, 5:50 PMIn context
MG Siegler:
No Price, No Date, No Apps, No Problem.  No Wait — Problem.   —  I'm just now catching up on the news about the new Microsoft Surface.  Reactions seem mixed, tilting slightly positive or at least hopeful.  People seem to want to believe Microsoft can pull this off and that's understandable …
Jun 19, 2012, 1:00 PMIn context
MG Siegler:
What Google Maps Actually Just Unveiled: Anxiety Over Apple Maps   —  You want to know how I know that Google is very concerned about the forthcoming launch of Apple's own mapping product for iOS?  I simply followed the Google Maps press conference today.  —  The mere fact that Google decided …
Jun 6, 2012, 3:45 PMIn context

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Microsoft:
Harry Shum on TalkEasy app, which helps people with hearing impairment  —  At Microsoft's Hackathon, Shum assembled a team to develop TalkEasy, an app that transcribes speech into real-time text to help people with hearing loss communicate.
Amazon Web Services:
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Zoho:
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Hootsuite:
Expert Perspective: How I Grew From 0 to 111,000 Instagram Followers  —  I first met Emanuel Smedbøl in the mountains of British Columbia.  We both went to the same rural school and rode the bus together.
Igloo:
Your business hub: why corporate calendar sharing is a good idea  —  Calendars can do much more than ensure you're on time for meetings.  They can be a central location for project and event materials and knowledge …