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by on September 1st, 2008

Started in a dorm room four years ago, the social networking site Facebook now claims to be the fourth most-trafficked site in the world.

Ninety million active users pound on 10,000 servers every day, uploading millions and millions of pieces of information in a given month. For example, "friends," who socialize in 21 languages, add 500 million photos per month.

by on August 30th, 2008

The use of Web 2.0 tools in the enterprise is becoming a very common discussion topic in almost every collaboration discussion I have these days. Unfortunately, I have not seen a lot of success stories for use behind the firewall but a lot of smart folks are thinking about it, really searching to show corporate value.

by on August 27th, 2008

On Facebook there are some applications about making use of Windows Live Services. I?d like to take a moment to highlight some of them.

Windows Live Messenger
With over a million users just 4 months after its launch, probably the most known of all. This one recently got a big upgrade. One of the most exiting new features is the possibility to update your Facebook status message from Windows Live Messenger! You can now set your Facebook status with your Messenger personal message. All you have to do for that is to allow this in the Messenger application's setting page:

by on August 5th, 2008


After Yahoo, there's a mass stampede of executives at Google. Some of its top executives already left the company to join startups like Facebook, friendster and the like. Most pointed their finger at the corporate practice that has found its way into a company that once rose to the level of being called the "Most profitable company in US history!". Many insiders think that Google has become too big, leaving little room for techies and enthusiasts alike to enjoy the freedom to bring something bubbling and exciting into the ever changing internet. Maybe because competition has increased, even from companies like cuil, which is a recently launched rival search engine developed by the couple who knew the Google search technology inside out.

The latest top resignation being signed is of Richard Kimber who has joined Friendster to explore, maybe the more-greener-pastures 🙂

The big question now is : Do these executives, once they leave these giants, take away with them the glitter of the company they're leaving?