Tech news headlines…

Today’s latest news headlines from my link blog:

* Searching for the best video
* 16 Online Email APIs
* Google is taking over the mobile world
* Kindle: As the Airlines Try to Keep Up
* 10 Podcasts Every Developer Should…
* Google Pre-Launches New iPhone Interface
* The Internet video bubble has now…
* Sometimes Tech People are Dumb….
* Have a Computer Problem? Consult…
* Live Documents Screenshots – The…
* Mixx, a Gorgeous Digg Competitor, Gets…
* The creative process
* Hulu Adds HD — but is it Necessary?
* Facebook SocialAds are Evolution,…
* Is quarterlife’s Heat Cooling Off?
* The cough syrup has worn off and…
* Community Server starting real time…
* Vodpod Turns 1 with New Widgets…
* OAuth Core 1.0
* T.t.t.t.twitter…

Comments

  1. Make the headlines clickable and you’ve got a winner! One page where we can check “your headlines” in one glance…

    I used to subscribe to your linkblog but the volume is just too much for me, I never had enough time to read all the unread items that kept piling up in google reader. So now I just subscribe to your blog (which I love by the way :-)

  2. Make the headlines clickable and you’ve got a winner! One page where we can check “your headlines” in one glance…

    I used to subscribe to your linkblog but the volume is just too much for me, I never had enough time to read all the unread items that kept piling up in google reader. So now I just subscribe to your blog (which I love by the way :-)

  3. This is one thing I so disagree with Robert on. He claims to read all those “blogs” in his link blog, when in fact he really only reads the headlines, which isn’t the same.

    I too don’t look at his link blog for that same reason. That’s why we have filters such as Robert for technology news as there is so much out there daily.

    By the way Robert, http://www.fastcompany.com/scoble/archives.html is IS NOT your link blog. This is your link blog: http://www.google.com/reader/shared/14480565058256660224.

    I think you have something going on with FastCompany that you don’t want to disclose else why would you be pushing traffic there?

  4. This is one thing I so disagree with Robert on. He claims to read all those “blogs” in his link blog, when in fact he really only reads the headlines, which isn’t the same.

    I too don’t look at his link blog for that same reason. That’s why we have filters such as Robert for technology news as there is so much out there daily.

    By the way Robert, http://www.fastcompany.com/scoble/archives.html is IS NOT your link blog. This is your link blog: http://www.google.com/reader/shared/14480565058256660224.

    I think you have something going on with FastCompany that you don’t want to disclose else why would you be pushing traffic there?

  5. Herschel: I do a LOT more than just read headlines. But thanks for playing here. Every single item that I share has been read in its entirety. Even in my scanning phase I read the first paragraph, at minimum, and look at who wrote it, and consider any graphics.

    I write a monthly column for Fast Company. I like how they display my link blog better than how Google displays it.

  6. Herschel: I do a LOT more than just read headlines. But thanks for playing here. Every single item that I share has been read in its entirety. Even in my scanning phase I read the first paragraph, at minimum, and look at who wrote it, and consider any graphics.

    I write a monthly column for Fast Company. I like how they display my link blog better than how Google displays it.

  7. dreadsword: I need to upload it somewhere. I’m just a bit snowed under, preparing to go to London. I’ll try to get it up. I wish Google Reader would add that feature.

  8. dreadsword: I need to upload it somewhere. I’m just a bit snowed under, preparing to go to London. I’ll try to get it up. I wish Google Reader would add that feature.