I’m not a big fan of blogging lists of links, but I’m short on time and see value in the following. Pardon the rushed nature, but here you go:
What Would You Do with SunWikis Remote API? Igor, wikis.sun.com, engineer is seeking use cases for a remote API. In addition to hearing specific suggestions, I’m curious to see if this is an effective approach for gathering site input from Sun and non-Sun employees since the site is writable by by both groups.
Why Web 3.0? Henry Story’s interesting post on the evolution of the web and the desire of many to discuss, label and define it’s incarnations.
Tracking Keywords on Twitter Pat Patterson has an excellent tip for leveraging a new Twitter feature for tracking keywords. Who cares? Well, if you can track when someone is talking about a specific topic, you can join the conversation…real time. Pat’s summarized experience:
“A few days ago I tweeted (posted an update on Twitter) that I was looking at OAuth. A few seconds later, Mark Atwood IM’d me: “Any questions about OAuth? I’m one of the spec authors”. Wow. How did that happen?”
Top Bloggers Making Critical SEO Marketing Mistakes lead me to a neat Search Engine Optimization (SEO) site that evaluates your site and makes recommendations on where it is search engine friendly & where you can apply tweaks to increase it’s findability.
She’s Geeky. A Technology (Un)conference For Women October 22nd & 23rd at the Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA.