TechCrunch report on Evoca, a new podcasting web app that appears to have it all, and can record Skype calls.
Jeremy Zawodny asks for ideas for evolving Yahoo Groups.
Jared Russell says “no way” to the idea of Second Life as a new operating system. He’s right, I have no idea what lies beneath the Second Life user interface, my main point was that the next platform is likely to look entirely different from the Mac/Windows user interface, and to think creatively about what comes next.
Scoble says Second Life is an OS. He makes a convincing case. But will Microsoft port Windows to run inside it? That’s not actually a joke.
Hotel Chatter: Best Wifi Hotels for 2006.
Here’s a cheat sheet we came up with for BloggerCon III that explains how unconferences work. “We don’t have speakers, panels or an audience. We do have discussions and sessions, and each session has a discussion leader.”
I’d like to do an unconference for people who do conferences. The topic? How to improve conferences, to make them more valuable to the people who participate, to actually enable problem solving, moving the discussion from the hallways into the conference room.
A discussion about unconferences may be developing at Matthew Ingram’s blog.
One year ago, an interesting discussion about Feedburner. Not sure if the issues were resolved.