Tag Archive: SplatF Housekeeping
Jul. 13, ‘12: I was John Gruber’s guest on The Talk Show this week, and we wound up talking for almost two hours about Twitter, tablets, and some of the work I’ve been up to. Check it out if you love life.
May. 1, ‘12: I’m in Seoul and Incheon, Korea, this week, on assignment for ReadWriteWeb. So, as you’ve noticed, posting will be limited. (And next week, when I’ll be in Tokyo.) I might have some free time this Friday in Seoul, so if … Continue reading →
Apr. 25, ‘12: Hey, look at that. WordPress is becoming a decent business. But it’s still passing up an important segment of the market — sites like this one. Here’s All Things D’s Liz Gannes on Automattic, the WordPress parent company: The company … Continue reading →
Feb. 9, ‘12: SplatF’s six-month checkup is… a bit late. It’s actually been seven months since I started publishing this site in early July, 2011. Hey, I’ve been busy! I redesigned the site in January, adding new, shorter link-type posts (trendy!) and comments … Continue reading →
Feb. 8, ‘12: If you’re using the LinkedIn Today news portal and want to see more SplatF stories there, you can now follow the SplatF feed on LinkedIn. Thanks!
Jan. 9, ‘12: After a week in the lab, I’m happy to release the first significant revision to SplatF’s design and feature set since it launched six months ago. The big changes should last a year, I hope, and will help me make … Continue reading →
Dec. 30, ‘11: As a brilliant and attractive SplatF reader, you are officially invited to a private party that SAY Media – my business-side partner — is throwing during CES in a couple of weeks. There will be a live performance by Givers, cocktails, tech … Continue reading →
Dec. 14, ‘11: If you follow me on Twitter, or follow tech news in general, you may have seen the announcement this morning that I’ll be joining ReadWriteWeb as Editor At Large starting in January. SAY Media, my business-side partner for SplatF, just … Continue reading →
Dec. 1, ‘11: Almost 5 months into writing SplatF, I’m starting to type up some new ideas — mostly for myself, but also for folks like my ad partners — of where I’d like to take the site and what I’d like to … Continue reading →
Oct. 18, ‘11: Google, the search company that started as two guys at Stanford, openly discriminates against entrepreneurs. At least for its Google News product. Not only is that silly and short-sighted, but it should go against everything Google stands for. Yesterday, I … Continue reading →