February 13th, 2008

Silicon Florist’s links arrangement

Sometimes, a link says more than I could ever say. Here are some fragrant little buds I’ve found recently, courtesy of ma.gnolia.

BusinessWeek: Strategies to Build Trust Online

A new crop of personal finance Web sites is convincing users to share their private data. The Silicon Forest’s NetworthIQ is featured.

Twitter Blog: Wow, This Is Pretty

Portland-based Pixelmatrix Design gets praise from the Twitter team for the design of the Web interface on Commuter Feed, a traffic tool that relies on the Twitter api.

Metafluence: Twitter reply sniffer

Metafluence’s Justin Kistner can’t ignore us on Twitter anymore. Well, he still can, I guess. But now he has less of an excuse. His Twitter reply sniffer helps you keep track of replies from people you don’t follow. (If that last sentence made absolutely no sense, that’s a good sign that you should get on Twitter.)

Podcast: Scott Kveton on OpenID

Richard and Greg talk to Portland’s Scott Kveton, Chairman of the OpenID Foundation, about OpenID. OpenID is a single sign-on solution that could very well make the classic username and password obsolete. This is a fast half hour – you’ll find yourself wanting to listen again!

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3 Responses to “Silicon Florist’s links arrangement”

  1. Good thing we have you around to keep stuff local. I saw the commuter feed post, heck I even tweeted about it. Didn’t realize they were local…

  2. Rick Turoczy says:

    Just to be clear, the design was handled locally by Pixelmatrix Design. I believe the business is headquartered in California. But, the design was getting so much positive feedback, I wanted to highlight our hometown connection. ;)

  3. Oooh, do I have a rep for not replying on Twitter? Good thing I’m sniffin’. ;)

    BTW, I did see your tweet with a link to my pipe, so thanks for the link.

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