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We see the same evolution with every big, important, new developer platform. The frivolous apps come first, as people start to dabble with new tools: The iPhone guitars, quizzes, and projectile sheep.
Kym McNicholas is joining PandoDaily. If you know her, you are thinking one thing right now: How the hell did tiny, little PandoDaily pull that off?
It's safe to say that the flat, static web pages of Web 2.0 are dead and The Stream--the live feeds, the real-time content and the data flows we see on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn--is where it's at.
If you believe the hype, "people discovery" services are set to dominate SXSW this year. It makes sense if you look at years past, when the buzz has always been about services that connect people, including Twitter, Foursquare and Group.me. Networking apps like Highlight and Glancee promise to deliver elements of all past SXSW buzzchildren.
I'm thrilled to announce that Nathan Pensky is joining the PandoDaily team as our new copy editor today. He'll be doing all sorts of old media-esque things like creating a PandoDaily style guide and declaring war on split infinitives.
What is it about the Yahoo top job that makes otherwise respected business people look inane?
Wow. I didn't think Yahoo could do it, but it may have just fallen further in Silicon Valley's esteem. It's gone from Silicon Valley punching bag to something even more reviled, a patent troll.
When Boku announced their shiny new NFC payments platform last week, the company kept noting that they would soon be announcing funding from a new carrier investor. Which carrier that might be, however, was kept a mystery.
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