who according to Multiply is an “Online Buddy” (and is in fact a very longtime web acquaintance of mine, at least 8 years now) has decided to leave Multiply, and presumably the other services as well. Jon followed with a modest proposition: “several folks I talked to had the right idea… let’s stop going to artificial social network sites and make use of the opend, stable, useful tools we already have for networking over the Internet, witout going to a one-size-fits-all website. Portal strategies keep coming, and keep failing. People like to roll their own.”
on Hitchens on Moore: Hitchens’ Itchin’s.
has done a really good job of blogging Joe Trippi’s speech today at ETech. It seems that there’s a bit of a conspiracy-watch going through Trippi’s noggin right now, but nevertheless a very interesting talk (judging by Lebkowsky’s treatment of it anyhow).
Jon Lebkowsky (always have to check that spelling) has a blog is an excellent way to start the week.