I figured out a way that people can group people they are following in Google Buzz into groups.
I noticed that as I began following people in Google Buzz that they began showing up in the Google Reader "People You Follow" section. Here are the steps you need to do to start grouping people.
When I see things like this I realize that its not that Microsoft isn't as innovative as Apple or Google. Its that they just dont market their products or vision well. Microsoft's Future Vision 2019 http://bit.ly/dCrEli
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I found this fascinating quote today:
So it looks like Twitter is going to be handling this using "Lists" .
TWEET: RT @andybeal Be Warned, Twitter Lists Will End in Tears!http://bit.ly/edRfS
and see Twitters blog entry here:
I really like how tweetdeck groups sync between the iPhone client and the desktop client. I dont mean to rant here however there seems to be a major missing element to current microblogging technologies, specifically twitter and friendfeed. I wish that these same groups could be synced across all twitter applications and services like ubertwitter, friendfeed, peoplebrowsr, tweetgrid, etc...
Does anyone know when Twitter may have this functionality and if it is even planned?
Here is a very useful list oif user Experience (UX) Design Patterns that I came across in a linkedin discussion. Feel free to comment and add any more Design Pattern Repositories that have been missed.
Not all of you may be aware but there are other over the air application download stores other than the main blackberry store.
Here is a list of all the OTA download store links for your downloading pleasure.
BlackberryCool App Store: http://store.blackberrycool.com/appstore
Blackberry App World: http://content.rim.com.edgesuite.net/content/appworld/4.6.0/net_rim_bb_…
Crackberry App Store: http://www.crackberry.com/appstore
Here are 5 questions to ask yourself to make sure you are not taking on too much.
1 Is this consistent with my priorities?
2 Is this within my area of competence?
3 Can someone else do it better?
4 What do my trusted friends say?
5 Do I have the time?
Great questions that I heard on The Leadership Moment Podcast - Know Your Limits