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Twitter starting to face the global challenge

Some thoughts about twitter and why the hype maybe over sooner than you thought.

I just finished my german article about twitter-sunday: Warum Twitter eine Lücke füllen kann oder Die üblichen Verdächtigen aus D. entdecken Twitter.

Can you understand what …

Why Ning will work and not work at the same time.

As Ning launches today there are some reports out there and it is worth looking at them – including the comments.

Vecosys in Search for European “Movers and Shakers”

While they where with Techcrunch UK I was bitterly complaining about them not paying enough attention towards Europe. Now that Sam Sethi and Mike Butcher run Vecosy as “Sam Sethi & Mike Butcher’s techreview of European startups.” they do pay …

My first entry for Technorati’s WTF – and what you are missing about it if you just look from the native english view.

I can actually see a reason for the new Technorati feature of WTF – especially since some German topics have been popping up in the Technorati hitlist for some time. And as most blog content around this will be in …

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Day 2 of 23c3 – the ccc congress in Berlin

I arrived late at the first day so day two was my first day at the congress. When asked why I am here my basic answer is: To meet people (again) which I know from IRC and Usenet like 10 …

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Finally, they are discovering Europe!

Through the whole bruhaha of Techchrunch UK Sam Sethi and Mike Butcher now have reappeared under Vecosys (what a web 0.5 name btw).

And the one thing which gets me excited? It seems as if Sam actually has been listening: …

One opinion per person should be enough, shouldn’t it?

I was still in the middle of putting together some texts from the more positive side for Leweb (especially the ones having more suggestions to improving a conference like this as it is worth noting) when i saw that Loic

Loic Lemeur: Betraying 1000 attendees for his own political ambitions?

fyi: In order to understand my posting, please make sure to take a look at this posting on Loic’s page. He has changed it since it go online, but this is a story which has more than just one

Closed minds in the US – again.

So taxes might come to incomes of virtual worlds: “IRS taxation of online game virtual assets inevitable“.

I do understand that the core audience reading this article is from the States. But please, pretty please, can ‘journalist’ …

When the Net meets Myspace meets the blogosphere – internationally

Valleywag calls it “A middle-aged man doesn’t like MySpace, and other breaking news from the Times” and links to a NYT article in which they talk about the perhaps not so easy as thought expansion of Myspace and …

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