- Frequency of web content change is inversely proportional to publishing control
- Frequency of web content change is proportional to number of people able to publish
- Content quality is inversely proportional to frequency of change
- Engagement is proportional to ability to comment and track replies
Cool site that shows you the latest headlines of your Twitter friends’ feeds in a Twitter-style format. Of course it gives you that as an RSS feed as well so it’s a good thing to add to your aggregator:)
There’s been a fair bit of buzz about some of the terms and conditions related to the new Google Chrome browser, specifically a bit that seemed to say that google was claiming rights to any user-generated content “submitted, posted or displayed on or through” the browser. Apparently this was just part of their standard terms and conditions which got added to Chrome. Now they’re updating the T’s and C’s to stop people getting quite so freaked out 😀
So far I’m loving Chrome, it’s remarkably fast too!
Chrome looks set to be a big contender in the browser market. It’s built from the ground up to be a different, more secure way of running web apps and browsing. If it lives up to it’s vision it’s likelt to be really impressive!
Check out the Google Comic explaining it. The thing that’s really interesting about this is the way that tabs and plugins are all in seperate processes. This makes me think of Chrome as similar to a Operating System kernel. In many ways Chrome looks like it’s an Operating System for distributed applications.
BTW it looks like the beta will be available today at some point