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Scobleized : Why Facebook will never give your data back

Blogger/Internet socialite Robert Scoble has a problem. In attempting to scrape his personal data from Facebook (where he *had* several thousand "friends") he angered some of Facebook's internal monitoring drones and was forcefully removed from the service. True enough, what he was doing clearly violates Facebook's terms of service which state, "Thou shall not use automated means to scrape thine ...

TwitterGram - speak your mind on Twitter

If you like to Twitter, now you can speak your mind - so to speak. Twitter gets even better with an amazing new innovation - sound. Thanks to uber tech Dave Winer, now you can send an mp3 file through your phone or computer as a TwitterGram, and your friends and the general public can click on the TinyURL and hear it. Sending your brief recorded thoughts on your mobile (kind of a micro podcast) ...

Twitter tips - tools for your tweets

You are reading this post about Twitter. That's what you would answer to Twitter's simple question, "What are you doing?", which is the entire premise of Twitter's existence. Getting people to answer in 140 characters or less, by IM or logging onto Twitter.com, what it is they are doing at that particular moment. Big stuff, right? Constant stream of consciousness chatter is the lifeforce of Twi...

Dev Chair : Rebooting the web

Two weeks ago at NAB, Microsoft announced their Flash competitor, Silverlight. At that time, I was like 'blah' about it, thinking it was just another reaction from Microsoft to Adobe. But when Microsoft elaborated more about their future web development strategy at MIX07 two days ago, I was stunned just like most Microsoft developers. CoreCLR, cross-platform .Net Framework, DLR, Silverlight,...

Robert Scoble leaves Microsoft for podcast startup

The big news this weekend is that Microsoft evangelist and notable bogger Robert Scoble is leaving Redmond to join young startup PodTech.net. The story was broken by blog Beet.TV and, after much bouncing around the blogosphere, finally landed at Scoble's blog where he confirmed it and straightened out a few of the facts. He's hasty to point out that he was not unhappy at Microsoft, saying, "I love...