I just downloaded the new Ecto 2.3 and wow it looks nice. I am particularly impressed by the tag support, and looks like it has great integration with iPhoto, iTunes, and Amazon.com, this is getting really really nice.
Check out Adriaan’s post, man this feels really easy and simple. I feel bad for all of you people out there who don’t (or can’t) use Ecto, nice nice nice.
Adriaan tells me that the tags I select won’t show up in the preview mode, but by simply checking things off in the tags panel, the tags will be inserted at the bottom of the post. Let’s see if this works.
Technorati Tags: amazon, ecto, iphoto, itunes, tags, technorati, wow
William Luciw has posted audio highlights from Thursday’s Always On Breakfast in Mountain View, CA. Thanks, William!
Scott Rafer, CEO, Feedster
Bernard Moon, Reality Media Columnist, AlwaysOn
Michael Moe, CEO & Chairman, ThinkEquity Partners LLC
David Sifry, CEO, Technorati
Nick Kingsbury, Global Sector Head – Software, 3i
Jonathan Abrams, Founder, Friendster
Andrew Anker, EVP Corporate Development, Six Apart
Christopher J Alden, CEO, Rojo Networks
Hey, got a pleasant surprise when I saw the new BusinessWeek story called “Blogs will Change Your Business“. Stephen Baker and Heather Green are two great writers, and they’ve done a great job of conveying the essence of the blogosphere to a lay business reader. And I’ve got a new blog to watch now, Blogspotting. There’s some great conversation going on in the blogosphere about the article as well.
And yes, I got a picture in the magazine. Working with Timothy Archibald, the photographer, was a lot of fun, and it got me out of the office for the afternoon. Of course, all the credit goes to the great team at Technorati, I am so privileged to go into work every day and draft behind these folks.
Ever wanted to see what posts are related to other posts, what tags are related to others? Now you can! Just check under the Tag description on most tag pages, like this one, or this one, and you’ll see the patterns. Can you smell the emergence?
By the way, check out what Jonas Luster has done to integrate Yahoo’s term extraction service with tags. Awesome. Release the code, Jonas!
Technorati Tags: technorati, tags, jonasluster
On Tuesday, March 28, I announced a “One Billion Links Tracked” contest
for our members to guess time and date we would track over one billion links. Mike Manuel provided the winning guess
of March 31 at 3:01 p.m. Mike, author of the Media Guerrilla Tech PR
weblog and a Technorati member since 2003, wins a 1 GB iPod shuffle, way to go Mike!
Steve Kirks, Product Manager of Radio Userland, was the closest guess
on or after Technorati’s one billionth link but due to UserLand’s relationship as a Technorati affiliate Steve was ineligible for the contest. Steve will receive a Technorati t-shirt in recognition of his continued work on Radio UserLand. Congratulations, Steve!
Thank you again for continuing to write and share your word and we will continue to provide new ways to follow online conversations and be of service to our community.