Posts Tagged ‘content’

Web 3.0 - The Intersection of Quality and Quantity

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

The next generation of web services and applications will marry two seemingly separate entities - quality and quantity. Historically, knowledge and information have either come in trickles of quality or a barrage of nonsense. Attaining the synergistic point where quality and quantity can both be united is the ultimate ambition.


Search Starts With The Algorithm

Monday, May 26th, 2008

Last week, Microsoft unveiled plans to compensate search users with cash. This weak attempt to thwart Google isn’t going to work. If Microsoft truly wants to compete against Google, their strategy has to start with the search results.

(more…) Link Posts

Friday, May 23rd, 2008

In order to create consistency and ensure a steady flow of blog posts for their readers, some bloggers choose to auto-post their newest links. I am definitely not a big fan of this technique. In fact, I think it’s lazy and reduces the overall perception of the blog.


Successful Transitions by Traditional Media

Friday, May 16th, 2008

Making the transition from traditional media to new media is a difficult task. Old-school content providers are faced with this challenge amid a shifting industry. Newspapers are moving online. Cable TV networks and movie studios are doing the same. Many have attempted a successful transition, but few have succeeded.