Posts filed under “Technology”

Lately, I have been playing with Posterous — a no coding necessary, post by email blog site.  Email text, pictures, mp3s, whatever — — and it appears like magic.

It is absurdly simply to use, and I already see how it is going to impact how I work. I typically gather a few links, stories, photos each day. Most of the time, they get saved for later, as the time sensitive data and news stories get priority. So I end up with links, email, articles at home, in the office, on the laptop.

This makes it easy to gather all of the items I may want to post or save for posterity.

I also like the clean light Google inspired interface. I’m not sure what the business model is, other than ramping up subscribers and selling eyeballs.

The whole package is very, very clever.



Category: Technology, Web/Tech, Weblogs

Not-Quite-a Linkfest

Category: Economy, Financial Press, Technology

Google Proximity: Informational Distance Between Cities

Category: Technology, Web/Tech

12 Questions on Markets and the Economy

Category: Commodities, Credit, Economy, Federal Reserve, Inflation, Investing, Markets, Real Estate, Technology, War/Defense

Mac Market Share: 7.8%

Category: Technology

Coming soon: 3G iPhones?

Category: Technology, Web/Tech

Coming Soon: $200 Apple iPhone 3G

Category: Consumer Spending, Technology, Web/Tech

The Air Car

Category: Energy, Technology, Venture Capital

New Gadget: iPod to iPod

Category: Digital Media, Music, Technology

Headline of the Day: Blockbuster Circuit City Merger

Category: Financial Press, Technology