It's some time after 10pm and ZDNet's post-Digital Experience is happening right now at the W Hotel in Union Square. We've got a pretty good crowd here, not to mention a rock solid Wi-Fi signal.
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Over the weekend, a fairly significant meme surfaced in the blogosphere regarding Linked.com's decision to offer developers programatic access to its services through application programming interfaces.
Although he wasn't completely satisfied with his testing of the service, Robert Scoble sees Plaxo as the "new Switzerland of social networks." Wrote Scoble (he has video too):I really want to love the new Plaxo.
Although the company doesn't like to position itself as competition to the likes of Microsoft, the announcements made by Google today -- particularly the one about a way for organizations to siphon the e-mail out of any IMAP-compatible server (including Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes) into GMail -- clearly reach into the lion's den in Redmond.To get a run-down of today's announcements, I recorded a podcast interview with Google director of product management Matthew Glotzbach.
Last week, at Enterprise 2.0, as I made the rounds and rolled video tape, I bumped into Foldera founder and CEO Richard Lusk who explained to me that Foldera -- a hosted Groove-like collaborative solution -- was inspired by his own itch that needed scratching.
It's week #6 of ZDNet's Deputy Tester of the Week program and so far, we’ve named 11 ZDNet audience members as deputy testers who get to keep whatever technology I send them.
Next week on Wednesday, June 27th, Pepcom is holding their ultra-cool Digital Experience event for the press to come get a gander at a lot of cool gadgetry. Everything from notebooks and PCs to digital imaging gear and smartphones.
In this week's MonkCast (a joint production between ZDNet and the IT research outfit RedMonk), I go solo with one of RedMonk's Three Musketeers: Michael Cote. Although we covered all sorts of stuff from why Apple still isn't licensing its OS X operating system (but gee, it's sure knocking on the door with both iTunes and Safari for Windows) to whether trackpads are better than pointing sticks, this week's subject was virtualization.
Slammed again. Yes, that's what happens when you give cool technology away to your audience members.
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