After the claim that http://friendfeed.com/rahshee... wouldn't start a meme, I had to at least give it a try. This is mildly better to look at than the original that the lickers came from (you know which image I'm talking about, I refuse to link to it).
It's great having service icons removed from the posts, that way we focus more on the content rather than the source of the information. That way users won't ignore certain services subconsciously because they've noticed a service icon, rather users ignore a post because it's just not interesting.
reports are coming in from midtown manhattan that an event location has ambulances on the way - it appears that some attendees at a conference have passed out due to "lack of twt" - we believe the twt is actually twitter and that they couldnt send messages to the twitter network. i am en route to the scene and will have word once i arrive - note...
Just was talking to http://www.friendfeed.com/garin and we came to the conclusion that if you are going to comment on a friendfeed item you should either be first or last. Why? They always are visible. So, here's your chance! :-)
Who are these people that get all defensive about Microsoft? Is there a group of Microsoft fanboys out there somewhere watching for negative remarks so that they can leave angry comments? I've seen this on other blogs too. Why do they care so much?
My wedding tip #3: Schedule the honeymoon to happen at least a week after the wedding. Invariably either the bride and/or groom get sick right after the wedding and going to your honeymoon while sick is totally counterproductive to actually having the honeymoon in the first place.