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John Lilly
Wow, Bret promoted to CTO at Facebook - smart, great guy. Congrats! http://techcrunch.com/2010...
Thanks, John :) - Bret Taylor
@Bret. Congratz Bret.. - Ozgur Demir
Bret, well deserved! You're perfect for the position. - Jesse Stay
Super happy for you - incredibly well deserved. But I still want to get you working on another startup! Want to find something to do together. Looking for board stuff for you, too. - John Lilly from email
Congrats, Bret! - Mark Trapp
Now to see if Bret can take that confusing Facebook interface and make it into something nice like, for example, friendfeed. - Sue - Friendfeed is best
The Facebook "Lite" version helped simplify the interface, hopefully some of those concepts will make it into the standard design. - Mike Chelen
TechCrunch called it the Friendfeedification of Facebook. That can only be a good thing. Congrats! - Eric - Watch Me Now
Congratulations Bret! - Atul Arora
BT and FF did 'open' in the healthy, right, & honest way. Here's to bringing that positive force to a pretty unhealthy & confused company. Serious congratulations! Now... what would you do if you were CEO, Bret? That's what you need to do, starting today. - Christopher Galtenberg
Congrats, Bret! - Kol Tregaskes
Good on ya, Bret!! :) - Skye Miller
Congrats Bret! - Bojan Babic
Bret Taylor
Right now FriendFeed supports multiple photo upload using Flash. I want to convert it to use HTML 5 multi-file upload if it is available, then Flash if it is available, and then fall back on standard HTML otherwise. Is there a good article demonstrating this approach?
Specifically, is there a way to have a link trigger an HTML 5 file upload? http://observationpoint.org/journal... shows a standard INPUT element, but we want to make it trigger from our "Add: Photos" link. - Bret Taylor
Your best bet will probably be to set the alternate content for the upload swf to be a proper HTML upload form. If you're using SWFObject to place the swf, this is fairly easy to do. Not sure about HTML 5 since it's penetration is probably pretty small (sadly) - Brett Kelly
Brett: We already have the Flash working, and it gracefully degrades. I am interested in supporting HTML 5 in addition to that. (You can try it with the Photos link above) - Bret Taylor
btw, I hope Adobe will correct the problem that makes Firefox on Linux hang horribly when trying to get the upload progress via swf upload (and you will not get the progress at all!) - Claudio Cicali
Claudio: yep, it is so bad we don't load the Flash uploader for Linux (it just uses standard HTML file upload). I use Linux all day, so it is a big pain. When the next Firefox release comes out with HTML 5 support, hopefully it won't matter. - Bret Taylor
What if you did something like this: Render out the HTML 5 form and the SWF for photo uploads and adjust the event handler for 'click' on the 'Photos' link depending on what the browser is capable of - in other words, if the browser can do HTML 5, click would reveal the related form; if not, click would launch the flash-based upload stuff. Obviously, you'd have to use javascript to... more... - Brett Kelly
Do you use a javascript check for Flash and then javascript write to add the Flash upload embed? - Chip Ramsey
Chip: not really, but sort of. We load the flash, which then calls back to our JS when it successfully loads, which then changes the DOM to replace the link with the Flash control. That solution is a bit more robust in case the Flash control fails to load for some reason (even if they have Flash installed). - Bret Taylor
If on php+apache, I would rather use the upload progress meter. No need for flash. But you do need js. http://blog.liip.ch/archive... - Vivek Puri
That makes sense. I'm sure this isn't what you're looking for, but I think you have to use user agent detection. You could start off with your basic HTML form with the input field with multiple attribute (which should degrade gracefully right?) and then detect the user agent. If it is a user agent that doesn't support multiple and isn't Linux, then you could add the Flash control to the... more... - Chip Ramsey
BTW, initially thought you could use JS to read the attributes of the input field and the multiple attribute would be missing for browsers that don't support it yet, but that doesn't seem to be the case in FireFox. - Chip Ramsey
Had a little more time to play with this tonight. Because you guys use jQuery, it looks like you may be able to use $("#test").attr("multiple") on <input type="file" id="test" multiple> and it will return the true boolean on browsers that support the attribute. On browsers that don't support it, either an empty string or "multiple" is returned. Didn't test thoroughly, but maybe somewhere to start. - Chip Ramsey
Thanks, Chip! Really helpful - Bret Taylor from email
hey bret -- in Firefox now we do support file upload without page reload and without user interaction, and you can do one file upload while picking another one -- probably not totally what you want, but maybe helpful. here's the writeup: http://hacks.mozilla.org/2009... - John Lilly
Thanks, John, that's helpful - Bret Taylor
This is an example of HTML5 and fallback for HTML5 video. http://hacks.mozilla.org/2009... - jnman
Christopher Blizzard
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i asked justin to get s set up on that -- think it could be great for u.s - John Lilly
John Lilly
I'm still a little sore at POTUS for all the Pac-10 hating.
What did he say? - Bret Taylor
That no California school would make it past the first round, and that most Pac-10 schools are worse than their rankings imply. We'll show him! - Kevin Fox
Hate to say this but I agree with our DP: Pac-10 = overrated when it comes to basketball. And football. And...you get the point. - Jeff Eddings
Well, in a couple days we'll know if you're right, or just bitter. :-) - Brian Johns
I can't be bitter *and* right? - Kevin Fox
If one of the PAC-10 teams goes past the second round I would expect some combination of "smug" and "exuberant", but I can't see any "bitter". :-) - Brian Johns
yeah, the sucky part of it is that i think i may agree with POTUS. sigh. - John Lilly
So far as the Pac-10 goes, POTUS is 1 for 6. We may not be swing states, but we can swing! (err, dunk). - Kevin Fox
Gabe
Who's more loathsome, AIG or Bernie Madoff?
Madoff stole billions of dollars, but AIG is taking money from all the taxpayers. - Gabe
AIG. There's not yet a Madoff bailout. - Paul Buchheit
excellent idea -- it *does*seem like madoff is a great candidate for some bailout money. - John Lilly
Madoff. He pleaded guilty to defrauding charities. AIG traders made bad bets, but so did more than half of Wall Street. - Misha Dynin
Misha: AIG made bad bets, then came to us for charity, and now they want to use that money to reward themselves for making such stupid bets. - Gabe
In my book, there is a difference between knowingly doing something illegal, and taking advantage of the system. AIG traders signed contracts with guaranteed bonuses, because they could. They collected the money--obviously undeserved--legally. They acted rationally, if not ethically. I don't blame the people who exploited the flaws in the system, but rather reserve loathing for those who were paid to protect the system and didn't do their job: SEC and politicians. - Misha Dynin
It was obvious to a lot of people that derivatives market is a time bomb. It was fairly obvious to me, and I have indirect exposure to financial industry. Here's a link from three years ago: http://dynin.blogspot.com/2006... It was obvious to Warren Buffett, who described the problem and predicted the crisis scenario in 2005 BRK annual report.... more... - Misha Dynin
$165mil in bonuses is 1/5000th of the total bailout cost. It's in the noise, not worth any attention. If it wasn't AIG who took advantage of the system, it would be somebody else. My beef is with people who knew the system is not robust, were in position to fix it, but didn't. - Misha Dynin
Misha, it sounds like you're saying that being unethical but legal is less loathsome than unethical and illegal. Being legal just means that you don't have to pay for your mistakes. That sounds pretty loathsome to me. - Gabe
I like the "Who's more loathsome?" theme. Can it be extended? - j1m
Misha, you should be disgusted with Buffett then. Berkshire was the largest shareholder of Moodys through all of their shenanigans, and it's clear he knew they were rating junk AAA. - Private Sanjeev
j1m, do you have people you think are more loathsome? - Gabe
Georges Harik
I got the Kindle 2. I think I'd be much happier with a macbook air with a longer battery life. g
That is sort of my feeling after getting one. I like it a lot, but I am not sold on e-ink and awkward interface yet. Maybe I need to use it on the beach or something to appreciate it more. - Bret Taylor
if only the macbook air cost $329 :) - Private Sanjeev
the 4-way cursor is a lot more awkward than a touchscreen. and their whole interface seems not as good as a web browser. I'm going to use it but primarily because the battery is so long lasting - Georges Harik
although buying books on amazon store for it supereasy - Georges Harik
The e-ink display causes me less eye strain than a laptop. Still, I wish it had a higher dpi since the letters seem a bit fuzzy at the edges. And, for some reason, I still instinctively want to press the screen. - Simon
yeah I'm going to get the iphone app, that's pretty cool - Georges Harik
you don't really learn to appreciate it until you read several long form pieces -- books, for example. i *love* mine after a year -- can't live without it. completely different than reading on a laptop or iphone. much easier for longer use. interface is a work in progress -- i think touch will be a bit of a problem, though - fingerprints will be brutal. - John Lilly
aren't there smudge free screens? - Georges Harik
if you have one, you should let me know. i feel like i've got this weird nervous twitch cleaning my iphone screen all the time. - John Lilly
Just took a 4 hour flight, Kindle was great on the flight, almost no power usage. Also buying using a laptop and having book delivered to Kindle is great. - Georges Harik
John Lilly
An Open Transition - http://open-government.us/
something we worked on recently -- am proud of this, and of our transition administration so far. "To further support this commitment to change, and to help make it tangible, we offer three “open transition principles” to guide the transition in its use of the Internet to produce the very best in open government." - John Lilly from Bookmarklet
Bret Taylor
At the FriendFeed birthday dinner
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Happy birthday FF! What a year! - Mike Doeff
hmmm where's all the all the laptops? - Brandon
I have never eaten fondue, but I dipped a graham cracker in a chocolate fountain once. - Pete D
Happy Birthday FFers (and THANKS) - Charlie Anzman
Cheers! - FFing Enigma
Congratulations on your first year! - Anne Bouey
Yeah, Melting Pot! - Eric - Watch Me Now
Congratulations and Happy Birthday, FriendFeed! :) - Mona Nomura
Oh yeah, and Happy Birthday, you're !!!!!!111!!!!!!ONE!!11 - Pete D
Happy Birthday... and Thank You - Johnny
프렌드피드 일주년을 축하드립니다. 더욱 더 발전하시고 더 좋은 서비스를 제공해주시기 바랍니다. 생일 축하드립니다. :D - zizukabi
Thank you for being such a huge part of my life this year! - Robert Scoble
heppy birfdeh young buck, you've had a bangin year. Tequila tonight, tomorrow we ride (as the Hells Angels say) - Marko Bon from fftogo
happy birthday and many more to go! FF ftw! :) - imabonehead
happy birthday guys! congrats on a terrific first year - John Lilly
Happy Birthday and thank you for an excellent service! - Mustafa K. Isik
Happy Birthday! I love FriendFeed! - Igor Poltavskiy
Awesome... I love small startups - Chris Lamprecht
Happy Birthday. Is that Ana busting open a screwcap? - Richard Chen
Happy Birthday FriendFeeders and thanks for great service. - Alexander Arsky
Happy Birthday, FriendFeed! - Vista
Happy Birthday, FriendFeed!!! Love ya'! *mwah* - Lisa L. Seifert
C'mon. It's FriendFeed... They should be having Birthday Pie (Chart). Either blue or orange. Both taste yummy. - Lisa L. Seifert
happy birthday friendfeed, and jeanette.....i miss u guys - goutham
Many happy returns, FriendFeed! - Richard Walker from twhirl
Happy Birthday FriendFeed! It's been amazing, so happy to have been a tiny part of it! - Iain Baker
A belated Happy Birthday, great service! - Bo Stern
Happy birthday! Long may you continue! - Martin Bryant
Congratulations and happy first birthday, guys. FrF is awesome, you're awesome, and your achievements in this year are awe-striking as well! :) - Я знаком с этим лосем
Happy birthday and congratulations! - Joe Dawson
FF is the best way of social communication atm - Phil Smirnov
Happy BIrthday Friendfeed crew! - Dobromir Hadzhiev
Once again Ana is the only one doing any work in a FF picture. - Steve C
“~~~ HAPPY BIRTHDAY FRIENDFEED!!! ~~~” Fondue! I love fondue... jealous!! Let's have many more birthdays! Best of Luck, Success FTW!!! - Susan Beebe
congrats - Alex Hammer
I see here how it's okay for you to play on your iPhone during dinner ;) - wiredgnome
John Lilly
New Sarah Palin Clip: Keeping An Eye On Putin - Couric & Co. - http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs...
this is bizarre. it's like she thinks there's a potential russian air invasion of US that would go through Alaska. there are like 5 different problems with that. - John Lilly from Bookmarklet
Bret Taylor
John Resig - JavaScript Performance Rundown - http://ejohn.org/blog...
John Resig - JavaScript Performance Rundown
John Resig - JavaScript Performance Rundown
Interestig to see how adding DOM operations evens out John's benchmarks (first has DOM ops and Safari beats Chrome, second is Google's apparently slightly biased benchmark, which relies heavily on recursion). - Bret Taylor from Bookmarklet
Just Firefox - Saman
It is time to optimize for DOM. Faster JavaScript is fantastic..... great for games and crypto.... but what about the real world? NOTE: Ray Cromwell's Chronoscope benchmark http://timepedia.blogspot.com/2008... - Dion Almaer
和我昨天的判断一样 - foxmachia {山石} from fftogo
yeah i made the point on DOM to the V8 team http://tinyurl.com/65clg2 - never got back to me on that one say maybe some truth to it :) - Steven Livingstone-Pérez from twhirl
These tests are very insightful. I was initially very excited about Chrome being 10 times faster on javascript. As usual with any such claims (not just from Google), they are skewed. However, I do think that Chrome entering the market will cause all browsers to get better more rapidly. Competition does drive innovation. - Robert Felty
Thanks for sharing this detailed knowledge. Very useful. - Edwin Khodabakchian
we're working on DOM work now. believe that the tracing technique has applications; working on getting the DOM acting faster soon. - John Lilly
granted all beta-quality of Chrome and zero-day securiity bug, i think their current *speed* shows only lack of exception handling. Once it matures, it will be same or evenn worse than FF - it is tough to beat long-standing code without rounding corners on usual code glue... - непростые коротышки
John Lilly
Brendan's Roadmap Updates: TraceMonkey Update - http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/roadmap...
So far, so good. TraceMonkey nightlies are performing great. Amazing what that project's done in just 60 days. So much space left, too. - John Lilly from Bookmarklet
John Lilly
any badges or wordpress plugins for friendfeed that people know about? would like to have my friendfeed stream in the sidebar of my blog, but not sure how best to do that.
Chris Messina
Information management: Jim Miller / Miramontes Computing - http://www.miramontes.com/portfol...
Information management: Jim Miller / Miramontes Computing
The origins of Apple's Data Detectors goes back to at least 1996! - Chris Messina from Mento
earlier than that. ATG was working on it when i was there in 1994, maybe earlier. - John Lilly
data detectors go back to our work in 1988 for ATG precursor to Newton OS - Jerry Schuman
John Lilly
Disasters at Whistler raining on Mozilla’s summer parade | Open Source | ZDNet.com - http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-so...
most ridiculous offsite ever. bears, rock slide & power outage. - John Lilly from Bookmarklet
Sorry the offsite didn't work out. It always helps me to Blame Canada :) - Bret Taylor
It would surprise you have many Canadians have not seen the South Park movie and only know the song by reference. - Brett Cannon
Bret Taylor
Most of my iPhone apps crash or stall a lot, and they have made my phone less reliable.
I installed Scrabble, Facebook, and that roller-ball game (can't remember the name). The apps stall frequently, and I can't even get back to my phone's main screen for about a minute. Hard resets didn't even work. Very annoying. - Bret Taylor
I like the apps, but my phone is a lot more sluggish now, and I am starting to regret my decision to upgrade to the 2.0 software. - Bret Taylor
Nope, I am on the original iPhone. - Bret Taylor
I haven't had a stall or crash yet. I'm on the OG iPhone. - Clay Newton
there seem to be some memory issues. I'm using the original iphone with 2.0 and have had many of the problems with crashes, etc. I just did a fresh restore (not from backup) and things seem a little better. Also, if you're having problems with apps starting and immediately crashing....try removing the app from your phone, and resyncing to itunes. It will reinstall it, and it should be fine. Some sort of security thing that's getting hung up. - shaun mclane
I'm using an original with 2.0 software. It crashes a lot, but the benefits are large. I was just driving around when I parked and opened up "Boxoffice", found out hellboy was playing near me, and now I'm posting to ff outside the theatre. The apps are making this a cooler though less stable world. - Andrew
Interesting, I've installed about 10 apps on my 16GB iPod Touch and haven't noticed any problems at all. I have had iTunes 7.7 crash twice during syncing, but without any ill effects on either iTunes or my iPod. - Michael Connick
bret, i'm having similar issues -- i think i'm mostly chalking it up to the fact that i installed a fair number of apps, am messing around a lot, etc. think once i settle down, and the apps get a little better, life will be better. (hopefully) - John Lilly
You know what this means right? iPhone == Windows XP. Perfectly fine until you install lots of crappy 3rd party apps. - xero
@xero It feels more like iPhone=Treo 650 - way too many tip calcs, and a few crashes an hour - shaun mclane
Appliances should not crash. A phone is an appliance imo. I really want an iPhone but the battery life issue and stability issues I've been seeing pop up have me rethinking. - xero
I was having the same problem - even top rated apps were crashing everytime. I ended up performing a restore from iTunes and now everything works just fine. - Phil Maxwell
agree ... Apps have been crashing frequently - Nick O'Neill
Brett: just curious, did you go with the preview version on Thursday or the version via iTunes? If the former, you might want to check out: http://www.macrumors.com/2008... - Robert Seidman
My battery life is terrible because I'm addicted to Aurora Feint. - Amit Patel
My iPhone became unstable when I had too many text messages (I get monitoring messages for servers at work), http://mike.stoppelman.com/2008... - Michael
thanks Bret, I was just looking for some reasons... http://friendfeed.com/e... - Orli Yakuel
o thats bc your using the iphone, simply return it to the steve jobs home address for store credit.....dignity non-refundable. - Anthony
Me too. The jailbreak apps were much more stable and useful; now I suppose they'll die off. Super Monkey Ball is the major cause of crashes on my machine; the Google app is #2. - Daniel Dulitz
I'm noticing many hangups and sluggishness but I have nothing to compare it too (first iPhone). Monkeyball wouldn't start a couple of times either. Turning off and back on again resolved all problems. - James Hull
I have found twitterfic and loopt to be the worse. Many times they will automatically restart my iphone. (gen 1) - Tony
Wait, your phone is more sluggish even when you aren't running the apps? That's weird, because I thought the whole design was that apps couldn't run in the background, specifically to avoid impacting the user experience. - ⓞnor
A complete restore definitely seemed to help. We'll see how it lasts... - Bret Taylor
Apps are cool, but battery life seems worse. - Michael Herf
Try this solution: http://revver.com/video... - Ivan Pope from twhirl
I like Ivan's solution. - David Jeske
Bret Taylor
Service Helps Friends Share Their Online Discoveries - http://www.nytimes.com/2007...
Congrats! Nice pictures, too. ;) - Nirav Tolia
i don't believe 4 coders behind maps and gmail come up with only this =) what's upcoming? - Selem
A second generation web startup! This article reminds me of the announcement of the Epinions launch: http://www.nytimes.com/library... - Thai Tran
Lets hope with better results -- congrats guys, looks great! - Carl Sjogreen
great launch, guys! - John Lilly
Congratulations and good luck! - ⓞnor
You should limit the length of the text field, rather than saying "Comment too long" when you click "Post". :) - ⓞnor
When you announced the name, we speculated that you would scrape your SN account and give you a meta-update feed (page, RSS, email), so I don't have to visit and so I can still keep up with friendster reprobates. - ⓞnor
... I was disappointed at first ("oh, this *adds* to the YASN problem rather than *helping* it") but the feed I get is remarkably entertaining. I don't think the NYT article describes it very well, though. - ⓞnor
... but is there no way to add an arbitrary RSS feed? - ⓞnor
Congrats, Bret. Thanks for doing this. - j1m
... oh, "arbitrary RSS feed" is called "Blog" ... - ⓞnor
My congratulations too. Impressive speed to market! :) - Mike Cassidy
Good luck Bret! - Peter Deng
congrats, fellas! - Prakash Janakiraman
congratulations, this is really cool :) - sha-mayn teh
I'm already completely addicted... Congrats and I can't wait to see what's to come! - Ross Miller
I'm loving all the new users and new content. Congrats! - Sarah Leary
Congrats guys! - Diana Ly
This reminds me of Profilactic which has ALREADY been around for some time. - Thomas Ho
Looks great, congrats - Colin Fetter
Lookin' forward to seeing this thing evolve! - danny
yay, I am glad I found this article. Cool service! - Maggyu
Chris Messina
The Things iPhone app looks super sexy and useful: http://culturedcode.com/things... In AppStore: http://culturedcode.com/things... #iphone3g
I think so, too -- the Things devs are wonderful. But still needs to sync with laptop to be super-useful. - John Lilly
Its my favourite GTD app for the Mac. Can't wait til they sort out sync. - Jamie
I recently started with Things on the Mac and love it too. Just grabbed the iPhone app but haven't had a chance to play with yet - looking forward to it. Didn;t realize no sync yet, hope that comes very soon ... - Patrick Jordan
John Lilly
Self-Swiftboating (Lessig Blog) - http://lessig.org/blog...
a really interesting, nuanced post from Larry on Obama's campaign over the last month or so. really, really thought provoking. (and as an aside, I think relevant in many other contexts than just this one.) - John Lilly from Bookmarklet
Fred Wilson
Can You Build A Business On Browser Extensions? - http://fredwilson.vc/post...
My own (brief) 2 cents on this, from the mozilla/firefox point of view, is that it can be a really good way to start -- to start getting interested & engaged users, to start getting a corpus of interesting data, to rapidly figure out what users want. And that that start could get you into the millions of users -- but over time you'll be led towards other & more comprehensive ways to give great stuff to users. - John Lilly
Agree with John. Extensions seem like a good way to get out there and build a name on a simpler platform, and then if your idea has potential to expand you can build from there. - Bartek Ciszkowski
John Lilly
The Open Web is a social movement | eaves.ca - http://eaves.ca/2008...
it seems to me that while the Open Web might be a social movement (I agree that it is), that what Mozilla does is more deeply rooted in the practice of software than a less constrained social movement. So while I like the language and ideas here, I believe that there are things about Mozilla that are special and software-related. - John Lilly
The more i read this piece, the more I wonder about the advisability of using this idea as a way to try to organize Mozilla or the Mozilla Foundation. i've been waiting to make sure it's not somehow a defensive reaction, I'm getting close to being able to articulate my thoughts. When i'm a bit surer about this I'll write more. - Mitchell Baker
David Boswell
I really like the language you're using at the end, David -- it's about building coalitions of unlikely partners like businesses, schools, governments, individual contributors, etc... - John Lilly
John Lilly
Market share for browsers, operating systems and search engines - http://marketshare.hitslink.com/report...
19% for Firefox. :-) - John Lilly from Bookmarklet
John Lilly
Promoting Innovation « davidwboswell - http://davidwboswell.wordpress.com/2008...
great start on what the mozilla foundation can/should be - John Lilly from Bookmarklet
John Lilly
John wants FriendFeed to put pressure on Facebook. Does it? - Louis Gray
Will Friendfeed ever have a "profile" page for a user (containing original data on the person, as opposed to references to feeds)? - Philipp Lenssen
Philipp, we may do something really basic similar to what you see on Twitter, but I don't think it would be anything like Facebook. Currently, I usually just click through to people's pages on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc if I want to see who they are. - Paul Buchheit
+1 for Philipp's comment, would like to be able to have a mini profile showing off some of my favorite posts to FF - Adam Kazwell
heya -- the reason i think friendfeed puts pressure on facebook is that the mini-newsfeed is basically the only reason i ever check facebook -- to see what my friends are up to. i never really care about any of the rest of it. and so for me, FF does what i need. - John Lilly
FriendFeed is a whole different beast than Facebook. Facebook is very strong at allowing its users to produce content and manage connections within the site while FriendFeed is great at aggregating, sorting, and creating a community around external content. Unfortunately, I believe FriendFeed's audience to be inherently geeky since they are willing to use the many different services while Facebook appears to the more average person. I hope more people will begin to branch from Facebook soon though. - Brandon Titus
"Currently, I usually just click through to people's pages on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc if I want to see who they are." True, though not everyone might like to use any of these services. How about you offer every user a chance to define their "about" page? I could link it to the Blogoscoped about page, others could link it to their Orkut page and what-not. Also, something like a... more... - Philipp Lenssen
Paul Buchheit
John Resig breaks down JavaScript in Internet Explorer 8 - http://reddit.com/goto...
well, right at the moment, everyone is working on getting js2/ecmascript 4 actually spec'ed. long fight ahead. - John Lilly
John Lilly
half a billion served. - http://john.jubjubs.net/2008...
Congrats! - Bret Taylor
thanks! we'll see if the rest of the billion is harder or easier. :-) - John Lilly
Charles Hudson
VentureBeat » Analysis: FriendFeed shines, Plaxo Pulse grows. News feeds, but for the web - http://venturebeat.com/2008...
Great coverage for the FF team! - Charles Hudson
Who is this "early adopter blogger" guy they referenced? I love that. - Louis Gray
The screenshot has our very own Mr. Hudson on it. :) - Dave
saw it this afternoon -- awesome coverage!! congrats guys... - John Lilly
John Lilly
I can't believe it has been 10 years. You created an amazing company, and I am proud to briefly have been a part of it. - Bret Taylor
thanks brett! that's a really nice thing to say, and means a lot -- i'm watching for friendfeed to be much bigger & better -- waiting for the "10 years of friendfeed" post. :-) - John Lilly
John Lilly
fun shopping site from a friend of mine. - John Lilly
John Lilly
fun shopping site from a friend of mine. - John Lilly
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