Owning Your Words: Personal Clouds Build Professional Reputations | Cloudline | Wired.com

My first blogging platform was Dave Winer’s Radio UserLand. One of Dave’s mantras was: “Own your words.” As the blogosophere became a conversational medium, I saw what that could mean. Radio UserLand did not, at first, support comments. That turned out to be a constraint well worth embracing. When conversation emerged, as it inevitably will… Continue reading Owning Your Words: Personal Clouds Build Professional Reputations | Cloudline | Wired.com

Accidental Time Capsule: Moments from Computing in 1994 (from RWW)

Byte Magazine is one of the reasons Im here today, doing what I do. Every month, Byte set its sights on the bigger picture, a significant trend that might be far ahead or way far ahead. And in July 1994, Jon Udell to this very day, among the most insightful people ever to sign his… Continue reading Accidental Time Capsule: Moments from Computing in 1994 (from RWW)

Distracting chatter is useful. But thanks to RSS (remember that?) it’s optional. (via Jon Udell)

I too am a big believer in RSS. And while I am dipping toes into Facebook and Twitter the bulk of my consumption goes into the big Blogroll I’ve amassed and refined going back to Radio Userland days in 2002. When I left the pageview business I walked away from an engine that had, for… Continue reading Distracting chatter is useful. But thanks to RSS (remember that?) it’s optional. (via Jon Udell)