Google Predicting the Future?

Geeks among us will recognize the term “chaos theory”. It is a highly philisophical, and yet scientifically unproven, theory of physics that says, among other things, that there is a natural order to the universe that cannot be observed directly, but can be seen in patterns. Popularly known as the Butterfly Effect, it theorizes that […]

Google Cannot Fix Twitter

Jeff Jarvis thinks that only Google can fix Twitter’s woes. Google hasn’t fixed Blogger since acquiring it in 2003. In fact, it’s a spam sieve full of usability issues and lack of innovation. Meanwhile, Movable Type and WordPress keep plugging away at innovative approaches to blogging platforms. They haven’t innovated on Jaiku since acquiring the […]

Google Reader Stats Still Pretty Useless

Did you know this blog has only 7 subscribers? Me neither. In facts, I’m solidly in the 800 subscriber range according to all authoritative stats on such things. However, Google Reader is reporting 7 subscribers. Keep in mind that these are subscribers to a feed using Google Reader, so expect some skew. But a 793+ […]

Open Letter to Google, Feedburner

Dear Google Executives: I think it’s very interesting how you have chosen to acquire FeedBurner. I think it’s a wonderful investment for you as you can further solidify your offerings. For instance, you’ll have more reach into feeds to push your Google ads via the FeedBurner Ad Network. For you, this is a fantastic opportunity. […]

Do You Have Questions for Rick Klau of FeedBurner

Tomorrow afternoon, I’m interviewing Rick Klau of FeedBurner on a podcast that will be aired on Monday morning. This is your opportunity to go straight to the source. If you’ve got comments or questions for Rick about FeedBurner or… whatever… send me an email at aaron@b5media.com and I’ll get your question on the air. Last […]