Check out Mini-Techmeme for simple mobiles or Techmeme Mobile for modern smartphones.
6:55 AM ET, March 30, 2008

Techmeme

 Top Items: 
Loïc Le Meur / Loic Le Meur Blog:
My social map is totally decentralized but I want it back on my blog  —  Here is a pic of my social map and the social software I use all the time for some (Twitter, Seesmic, Flickr, my blog) and some very occasionally.  —  We used to have our social online presence very centralized, for me it was my blog.
Discussion: ben barren
RELATED:
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
FriendFeed, The Centralized Me, and Data Portability  —  It's definitely FriendFeed month in Silicon Valley.  The company, founded by ex-Googlers, let you aggregate information and activity streams from all of the various services that you use on the internet - Flickr photos, YouTube videos …
Matt / WordPress:
WordPress 2.5  —  WordPress 2.5, the culmination of six months of work by the WordPress community, people just like you.  The improvements in 2.5 are numerous, and almost entirely a result of your feedback: multi-file uploading, one-click plugin upgrades, built-in galleries, customizable dashboard …
Anne Eisenberg / New York Times:
Coming Soon, to Any Flat Surface Near You  —  Tiny projectors may soon cast big images on walls, or even on train seatbacks.  At left, a prototype from Iljin DSP, hooked up to a cellphone.  At right, the Samsung MBP-100.  —  TIRED of hearing other people's cellphone conversations?  It may become worse.
Discussion: I4U News
Verne Kopytoff / San Francisco Chronicle:
Google has lots to do with intelligence  —  When the nation's intelligence agencies wanted a computer network to better share information about everything from al Qaeda to North Korea, they turned to a big name in the technology industry to supply some of the equipment: Google Inc.
Thomas Hawk / Thomas Hawk's Digital Connection:
Is Tagcow the Future of Photo Recognition and Tagging?  —  Ok, now I have no idea exactly how this works and I'm still trying to figure it out, but this could be something very, very cool.  —  On Thursday I got an email from a company called Tagcow.  Tagcow claims that they can automatically tag thousands of photos for you.
RELATED:
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Image Recognition Problem Finally Solved: Let's Pay People To Tag Photos  —  Most people have thousands of digital photos sitting on their hard drive.  And the vast majority of those photos aren't tagged or searchable.  Want to find the 300 pictures of your youngest son amongst 10,000 others?
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Yahoo's New Rock Star Retention Program  —  Yahoo, in the midst of a fight to remain independent, is granting “golden handcuff” stock options to key employees.  The stock options are given to “key contributors” among the rank and file - senior executives are not eligible.
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
Latest iPhone 2.0 Firmware Unlocked Again in 24 Hours  —  The image associated with this post is best viewed using a browser.The iPhone Dev Team has demonstrated that Apple will probably have a very difficult time patching the iPhone to thwart their efforts: not even 24 hours after the release …
Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider:
Ex-Googlers Launching Startups To Attack Mother Ship  —  Wired is compiling a list of ex-Googler exploits, many of which appear to be targeting the former-upstart-turned-industry- incumbent.  No one else in the industry has been able to compete with Google (GOOG), so it may be that Google's fiercest disruptors will come from within.
Dave Altavilla / HotHardware.com News:
Asus Eee PC Desktop, Eee Box Unveiled  —  The scoop wire was running late tonight and these shots of Asus' upcoming Eee Desktop made their way to our inbox just now, so we thought we'd give you the digital relay on the skinny... literally.  Though it's hard to get a sense of size here, this thing is obviously svelte.
Michael Calore / Wired News:
Gallery: Mozilla at 10 - A Photo Tour of the Lizard's Lair  —  MOUNTAIN VIEW, California - Over the last 10 years, one organization has fostered some of the web's most influential free software releases.  The Mozilla project was born March 31, 1998, when Netscape released the code …
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of Techmeme at 6:55 AM ET, March 30, 2008.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 Techmeme Sponsor Posts: 
OVHcloud:
Sustainable from the ground up  —  Discover eco-friendly cloud solutions powered by advanced water-cooling technology.  Join a trusted cloud leader and transform your digital landscape.
Tribe AI:
Build AI products that matter  —  Tribe AI helps organizations rapidly deploy AI solutions that have real business impact.  We bring together world class AI talent and tooling to drive differentiated results.
Zoho:
How AI is changing remote support software: A simple guide  —  Artificial intelligence (AI) transforms how businesses help their customers, especially when it comes to remote support.
Opal:
Introducing Tadpole: the tiny webcam for laptops  —  With a mirrorless Sony sensor, directional microphone, and tap-to-mute feature, the Tadpole works with both Mac and PC and is the perfect webcam to take with you everywhere.
Techmeme Leaderboards:
Discover the top reporters on AI, VR, policy, and much more  —  We've analyzed Techmeme's news crawl to identify the most influential and prolific writers on 48 news topics.  Download reports immediately for just $100.
Sponsor Techmeme
 
 See Also: 
Techmeme: site main
Techmeme River: reverse chronological Techmeme
Techmeme Mobile: for phones
Techmeme Leaderboard: Techmeme's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
Techmeme RSS feed
Techmeme on X
Techmeme on Mastodon
 
 
 More Items: 
Wilson Rothman / Gizmodo:
HP Media Vault 2100 Linux Server Reviewed: One Kick-Ass Little Penguin
Discussion: Digg
Jacqueline Emigh / BetaNews:
Dell's new approach to the Vista migration problem
Alexei Barrionuevo / New York Times:
Before '73 Coup, Chile Tried to Find the Right Software for Socialism
Dan Goodin / The Register:
Get your German interior minister's fingerprint here
Discussion: Slashdot
Wendy Tanaka / Forbes:
Is Facebook Headed For China?
Mark Cuban / Blog Maverick:
If the news is important it will find me
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Adobe AIR Desktop App For FriendFeed Coming
 Earlier Items: 
Fred / A VC:
Where My Traffic Comes From  —  Every once in a while I like to show …
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Newspapers are f'ed  —  Newspaper ad revenues have taken …
Stephen Lawson / IDG News Service:
AT&T Readies MediaFLO Mobile TV
Discussion: DSLreports
Nathan McFeters / Zero Day:
Black Hat Europe, Day 2: The day that wasn't and Black Hat Europe …
Vasanth Sridharan / Silicon Alley Insider:
How To Hack Facebook In 51 Seconds
Discussion: All Facebook
Kevin Poulsen / Wired News:
Hackers Assault Epilepsy Patients via Computer