Single point of (Facebook) failure Paid Members Public
Facebook has wiped itself, WhatsApp and Instagram off the internet. And the longer they stay down, the more some publishers will be suffering…
Writers, Coders and the Markdown landgrab Paid Members Public
If Standard Markdown (now CommonMark) wants to replace Markdown, it needs to acknowledge that it's not just a markup standard for coders.
IndieWeb - Kevin Marks on the web that will win (LeWeb 13) Paid Members Public
Can we reclaim the open web from the closed social silos? Kevin Marks thinks so…
Google: no longer a webby company Paid Members Public
Marco Arment has used the demise of Google Reader to explore how Google has changed since the rise of Facebook [http://www.marco.org/2013/07/03/lockdown] – and how the big three web players (Facebook, Twitter and Google) are no longer “webby” in the sense we once used the
What is PubSubHubbub? Paid Members Public
A video attempting to explain PubSubHubbub [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PubSubHubbub], a protocol that takes RSS and Atom feeds and makes them real time: It’s an important technology for the tech guys in publishers to get their heads around.
Le Web: MySpace goes Real Time Paid Members Public
Ah, MySpace. Once the poster child of social networks, now a huge online hub for music.And it wants to push that into the real time world, creating the ability to see how music trends are developing all over the world.MySpace is opening up the activity streams of its