Social Sites, private control

I spent the weekend at Momentum’s Digital Hub. I did some work on source code control. One of the questions it raised in my mind is around collaboration. The tools chosen are those that you’d expect from a bunch of techies and developers. There was a split about using facebook, and I reconsidered how one would build a private alternative. Continue reading “Social Sites, private control”

Naymz & Klout

I am mailed once/month by Naymz who tell me that they have discovered something interesting about me. I often login to see, but it rarely seems to be that interesting. I have not connected all my¬† networks to it, keeping it out of Yahoo and Facebook which I treat as mainly private networks. This week I decided to have a further look, among other reasons, I have forgotten how I came to use it. Continue reading “Naymz & Klout”

Feed Aggregation, paper.li and storify

I am considering a revamp of my web site. I am planning to rely more on dynamic content mainly hosted in this wiki and on the blog. One item of research is how to present my bookmarks and microblog articles. I thought I was interested in paper.li vs stori.fy. Here is