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Dave Winer
Hitler finds out about FriendFeed's acquisition by Facebook. http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Hitler finds out about FriendFeed's acquisition by Facebook. http://tr.im/wcpW
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hehehehehe - Christopher Harris
How did Dave find it so fast?! - Bill Rodman
Great plug for FreundFeed... - Ankush Narula
This meme never gets old. :o) - Ken Morley
That guy is such a drama queen! - Steele Lawman
hahahahaha - yes it never gets old - John Hardy
and pictures of that fat kid keep turning up in my stream - John Hardy
Oh, I am going to like this every time I see it. Maybe I will see it as much as that fat kid that keeps turning in my stream. - Martha
I don't usually like Nazi humor, but after seeing this in my feed about 6 times I watched it. It's excellent. - Bruce Lewis
If we can't laugh at the Nazi's, what good are they? - Paul Puri
Wonder what they are saying in German. It's delightful seeing this crazy man talk about FF, twitter and plurk. That was the funniest. "We still have plurk" - Myrna
Yep, that's pretty much my exact thought process. :) - Jandy
Marshall Kirkpatrick
RT @dweinberger: Bush telling Chirac Iraq War is all about Biblical prophecies? http://www.secularhumanism.org/index... (via @pierre) (old story but good)
Thomas Brox Røst
Solving TF-IDF using Map-Reduce - http://horicky.blogspot.com/2009...
Uses multiple map/reduce rounds to calculate TF-IDF. - Thomas Brox Røst
Marshall Kirkpatrick
Hemlock: An Open-Source Real-Time Web Platform http://www.readwriteweb.com/archive... (XMPP & Flash, looks cool)
Bret Taylor
Official Google Blog: Went Walkabout. Brought back Google Wave. - http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009...
Official Google Blog: Went Walkabout. Brought back Google Wave.
Congrats, Lars, Jens, and Steph! - Bret Taylor from Bookmarklet
I don't want to wait for Google Wave - Browseology lets me collaborate in real time, available now! http://www.browseology.com - Joe Pestro
Wave looks a little confusing (then again I'm at work, so I couldn't read the whole blog post), but the concept is interesting. I don't think it will be able to compete with Twitter if that's what they were aiming for. - Ocean
I wonder if the FF designer brigade will dis this like they did the new FF UI? - Daniel J. Pritchett
@Ocean - people will actually be able to get work done with Wave :P - Daniel J. Pritchett
I have the same concern - if middle management can't easily participate from their blackberries, then it's dead in the enterprise water. - Daniel J. Pritchett from IM
So my interpretation is that this is like an extension of email, that can integrate closely with other services. - Daniel Sims
No prizes for guessing what my first idea for an application is....this looks very cool - Cameron Neylon
It would be interesting to see how well this could work for collaborations. - Pedro Beltrao
Sounds like advanced email service, where the email message is "alive", wiki type collaboration is evolved. Email+Wiki+Twitter meshup. And the UI is really not that much googlish . Very eager to see it! - Nenko Ivanov
FF as it exists currently *looks* like the enterprise collaboration holy grail. Its only problem is that no one wants to buy into a closed service hosted externally. Even if Wave is nothing more than a free self-hostable Friendfeed it will still blow the doors off of E2.0. - Daniel J. Pritchett from IM
[NINJA EDIT] And by "no one" I mean "no Fortune 100 CIOs". I'm sure you guys at FF aren't out to sell directly to the enterprise yet, but it's my area of interest and I've been daydreaming about how awesome it would be to use FF as a part of my official workflow. I think Wave is more likely to get there given your current featureset versus their current vaporset. - Daniel J. Pritchett
I understand Wave team's desire to integrate and leverage existing, accepted forms of communication and collaboration. But doesn't that also limit innovation? I'd love to see someone take a "blue sky" approach to the problem of business communication and collaboration, rather than build on existing models. - Larry Hawes
I know it may seem hard to believe by watching all the crazy stuff they show in the video, but it's actually very easy to use. Click 'new wave', start typing, add a recipient. Or you can add a recipient first. So in some sense it's actually simpler than email, because there are a lot fewer opportunities to make irrevocable mistakes (like, oops, sent too early). I can't wait to be able to use it publicly. - Joel Webber
Nenko, I think you've done a superb job of succinctly describing Wave. Or, at least my perception of Wave after using it for a month or so :). And one thing people should keep in mind: this has been in development for a long time, so it's not like three months ago, Google thought, "ZOMG! Must respond to [insert other service name here]" :-) - Adam Lasnik
Daniel, if "FF as it exists currently *looks* like the enterprise collaboration holy grail," how do you explain to these enterprise folks, that anyone can edit and delete their past contributions after the fact, thus soiling the conversational record? Business can not be conducted in such conditions. Clearly, before being of use FF would need to "stratify" their basic types of collaborative primitives - beginning with non-editable posts and comments. - ianf ⌘
I didn't mean "looks like" as in "feature complete" just "resembles". Lots of the latest and greatest parts of FF are features that would make any E2.0 toolkit much more powerful. The rooms and multi-threaded DMs are particularly sweet. - Daniel J. Pritchett
I can't see this being ready for the enterprise just yet, but sme's and startups definately. If they can also produce a mobile version for the iPhone and android markets it potentially is the next killer app. - Keith Bennett from BuddyFeed
ianf: "Business can not be conducted in such conditions." Are you kidding me? What about the telephone conversation. Business uses that just fine. It's one tool. - Nick in Manila
It certainly wins on ease of use, but that's not enough in a business context. Accountability, being held to account, is. Truth be told, we really don't know if FFeeders paid any attention to enterprise use when originally designing it. Perhaps it can be evolved in this direction without lots of shouting, perhaps not. @Keith - FF is extremely text-input-centric. Neither of the two mobile devices is very good at this. But, fine, it does represent a step above even the most intelligent of mail/Gmail etc. - ianf ⌘
Nick, there's a difference between telephone and print. As soon as text records are involved, there's the problem. - ianf ⌘
ianf: Agree. It's not an auditable text record. But we've adapted to Wikipedia. It only takes you so far. You have accept it's not an absolute and use it for what you can. - Nick in Manila
My problem with FF in the enterprise (and I try to use it that way) is the goofy name and logo. - Nick in Manila
Wikipedia is a special case, but I have yet to hear of it being acceptable beyond colloquial use. FF is fine if treated as multi-threaded dialogue platform. Perhaps it's just me, but I always assumed that any heavy-duty business use presumes that a company runs it off its own/colo servers, not from platform-provider's own. We really don't know much of how FF works, but I suspect that... more... - ianf ⌘
ianf: Yes re enterprise use. But as the enterprise becomes more and more atomized, this will become less and less of an issue. Although that's not the immediate future of Fortune 100s - which gives a huge advantage to smaller co's. - Nick in Manila
@ianf: There *is* an auditable record. Didn't you notice the part where they show how you can always go back through the history of a wave to see its edit history? Not only is it possible, but it's easy and only takes a few seconds. It's really useful for getting context on a large wave when you come into it late. - Joel Webber
is there an app for that yet? :-) - Chris Cotsapas
@Adam Lasnik I'm sure that Wave is not a respond to any existing service. At Google there are smart people thinking ahead and I think that wave is a step forward in personal and corporate comunication - Nenko Ivanov
FriendFeed might actually benefit from Google Wave, see http://nicolas.lehuen.com/index... - Nicolas Lehuen
Actually the platform looks like a response to Live Mesh and the product looks like a FF client powered by Gears but the interesting stuff is the protocol which could be used to bring consensus on how to, finally, implement track. - Alberto Saavedra
Isn't that a bit premature to ask? Wave's just been announced, we don't know how FF will develop in few months' time, yet already now you want us to speculate whether some vaporware will be killerware of existingware rhetorical q. - ianf ⌘
nope it isn't. i think this is the time for asking this. - Yusuf Nays
@Yusuf: I have to say I think the comparison is pretty inappropriate. The two products solve different problems completely. I use Wave at work, and even once it's fully open, I will continue to use FF, which I love as well. Besides, does the world really need another "Is X a Y killer?" poll? - Joel Webber
@Yusuf: I have to say I think the comparison is pretty inappropriate. The two products solve different problems completely. I use Wave at work, and even once it's fully open, I will continue to use FF, which I love as well. Besides, does the world really need another "Is X a Y killer?" poll? - Joel Webber
@Yusuf: I have to say I think the comparison is pretty inappropriate. The two products solve different problems completely. I use Wave at work, and even once it's fully open, I will continue to use FF, which I love as well. Besides, does the world really need another "Is X a Y killer?" poll? - Joel Webber
Whoops, sorry for the triple-post. I obviously have some better error-handling to write. - Joel Webber
lol @Joel - so exactly how good _are_ those robots.. - Nick Lothian
Tristan Nitot
"#Hadopi, c'est 16 gus dans un hémicycle" : http://jaffiche.fr/?p=279
Jon Bultmeyer
@SonarSource your tool is awesome. Eval in 30 minutes and in 2 days it's now automated with our Hudson ci builds for 2 projects
Richard MacManus
David - You ROCK! We are in awe in your presence! :) Glad that RWW covered Ghostery - it does rock, and use it daily. Rex - Rex from FriendFeed MT Plugin
Richard MacManus
Pascal
I love Friendfeed in Yoono. A bit overwhelming though., but filtering capabilities help a lot!
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