Submitted by Jeff Catlin on Tue, 03/18/2008 - 00:00
Jeff Catlin, CEO, will address attendees at the upcoming New Communications Forum 2008 conference, being held from April 22-25, 2008 in Sonoma County, California. Catlin’s address, “Blogs: Measuring the Impact on the Democratic Process,” will occur on Wednesday, April 23 at 10:00 a.m.
Submitted by Mike Marshall on Fri, 03/07/2008 - 00:00
So despite what some commentators would have us believe it doesn’t seem that email is going to disappear from the world a
Submitted by Mike Marshall on Wed, 03/05/2008 - 00:00
So it seems whatever you blogs you read at the moment they are full of mentions of Twitter, the current darling of the Web 2.0 world (which sometimes seems to be a small area just south of San Francisco) , with whole sites dedicated to the ‘tweets’ of the twitterati. Now it may just be because I am old, or because I’m an engineer and actually have to work for a living, but I just don’t get this obsession with telling anybody who is sad enough to follow you what you are doing at that precise moment.
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Mon, 02/25/2008 - 00:00
Keeping up to date in the software field gets harder every day, and when you are a smaller shop like us, it gets worse, as you generally have to keep track of developments in multiple engineering f
Submitted by Jeff Catlin on Fri, 02/01/2008 - 00:00
Unbelievable. The AP is reporting that Microsoft are making an offer for Yahoo that values it at $44.6B or $31 a share.
Submitted by Mike Marshall on Tue, 01/15/2008 - 00:00
Saw a post on Scobleizer the other day that caught my attention where he was talking about being interviewed on
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Wed, 01/02/2008 - 00:00
Submitted by Jeff Catlin on Fri, 12/14/2007 - 00:00
Earlier this week Microsoft announced the beta release of Office Live Workspaces which enables you to collaborate on documents via the Internet, something that companies like Zoho and Google Docs have of course been doing for a while.
Submitted by Jeff Catlin on Wed, 11/14/2007 - 00:00
In a move that makes those of us in the “content monitoring” space grin - WSJ has agreed to make its online content free.