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Steve Gillmor's InfoRouter
Bayosphere has a new home, and so does brother Dan's blog. Subscribed.
As we're about to launch the GestureBank beta, we're freezing development of the AttentionTrust Recorder by forking the code as is. Given the success of the ATX (the Recorder is formally known as the Attention Trust Extension to Firefox) in putting the teeth into the AttentionTrust principles, the GestureBank Recorder (GBX) will build upon that platform as it stands.
Umair answers one of my questions (see update at bottom of original post for link to his response to me):Guys, I don't have time to do the justice to the huge Disney discussion going on at the moment (I've wasted too much time dealing with Steve Gillmor's idiotic comments instead, sorry).So let me clarify.
Skimming thru the blogosphere tonight, I caught a Scott Rosenberg quote of a quote by Cory Doctorow to the effect that punning, obstruse headlines are bad news because they cut down on clicks i.e.
I was going to call this post Morons in a Hurry in honor of the Fab Four trial quote by Apple Commuter's attorney, where the phrase was employed as in "Only a moron in a hurry wouldn't understand that iTunes wasn't a record company." Then I was going to call it Scoble Jumps the Shark in honor of Robert's clueless defense of Supernova's braindead speaker strategy.
are the two latest Gillmor Daily's, the one with Scoble recorded Sunday night and Redmonker Stephen O'Grady recorded today after the RedHat/JBoss deal announcement. ZDNet is switching over to a new CMS at 5:30 Pacific so I'm posting this now.
As of 4PM Pacific the GestureBank anonymized pool is scheduled to begin filling with metadata. News as it develops.
Alex Barnett does:Claria's proposition is that it'll track you everywhere - 'myware' but without the 'my'. Can you edit the data it tracks?
An attention war is breaking out, says Kevin Burton. He notes Claria is entering the personalized home page race popularized by the memetracker/reading list discussion that's been bubbling for the last few months.
Dana Gardner reviews the new Gillmor Gang.
We're closing in on the number of GestureBank testers we can handle. A few have not yet responded to a GChat invitation, which likely means that they are not using Gmail on a regular basis.
Gillmor Daily with Adam Curry.
More GestureBank signups in the past 24 hours than any other day in GB's existence. Thanks to Dave Winer for posting a link to the Q&A.
People ask me how GestureBank is going?Great!When will it ship?