Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for March 6, 2008

 

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

Marshall Kirkpatrick to lead this week’s session on “Making your business’s blog a mover and a shaker” at Beer and Blog

If you’ve never been to Beer and Blog, this would be a good week to start. Not only is the event brilliant, but you can’t get much better than Marshall Kirkpatrick.

The Argon Express 2008? It’s not too late!

Picture yourself and your laptop. It’s been over a day and you’re sitting on a train with a group of Rails developers with a view like this over your shoulder.

USA Today: Microsoft: still out to squish the little guy (like Jive Software)

Rival Jive Software wants to be the Apple Computer of corporate social networks. Jive’s competing Clearspace system supplies all the bell and whistles in a slick, tightly integrated package. Jive only does Clearspace.

Amplify Interactive Turns 5 Years Old

Ben Lloyd writes, “You’ve heard the stat right? Something like 85% of businesses fail within the first 5 years? I just realized as I was going through some tax-time paperwork that Amplify Interactive officially opened for business on March 5 2003, which makes us 5 years old as of today.”

LazyEngine

Don’t know how I missed this one. Maybe I was lazy. Satyajit “Sam” Grover writes, “LazyEngine is a lazy search engine. If you want to do a search, consider for a moment if you need the results immediately. If not, then this is the search engine for you. This is probably a silly web application.”

View all my bookmarks on Ma.gnolia

  1. Thanks for the link Rick!

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