The next generation of Web search is coming sooner than expected. And with it we will see several shifts in the way people search, and the way major search engines provide search functionality to consumers.
UPDATE: There’s already a lot of good discussion going on around this post in my public twine.
I’ve been writing about a new trend that I call “interest networking” for a while now. But I wanted to take the opportunity before the public launch of Twine on Tuesday (tomorrow) to reflect on the state of this new category of applications, which I think is quickly reaching its tipping point.… Read More “Interest Networks are at a Tipping Point”
My company’s product, Twine.com, has made it to the finalist round in the Crunchies, a new annual tech industry awards competition, under the Best Technical Achievement category. Please help us win by casting your vote for Twine here. Thanks!
UPDATE: It turns out, that for some odd reason the Crunchies allows each voter to vote once per day per category — in other words, you can vote multiple times in the same category — one vote per user per day — so please vote for Twine again if you can.
I’m sitting the Dynasty Lounge in Taipei, enroute to Singpore where I will be addressing ministers of the government there on the potential of the Semantic Web. Singapore is a very forward-looking country and they have some very exciting new initiatives in the works there.… Read More “Radar Networks Progress Update”
Hey just a reminder — please join us at the monthly SFWIN meetup in San Francisco tomorrow (Thursday) evening. So far, there are around 40 people RSVP’d including several VC’s, demo companies, and early stage startups, and as always, good food and drinks too.… Read More “Don't forget SFWIN: Thursday Night”
Here is my timeline of the past, present and future of the Web. Feel free to put this meme on your own site, but please link back to the master image at this site (the URL that the thumbnail below points to) because I’ll be updating the image from time to time.… Read More “How the WebOS Evolves?”
Here’s another suggestion for anyone starting a venture and/or seeking venture capital. Be careful about using funding agents or "finders" to help you locate and raise venture capital. These people will often make all kinds of promises about who they know, and what they can do for you, but in fact you usually don’t need them, and what’s more it’s better for your professional development as a CEO to do this yourself.… Read More “Another Tip for Entrepreneurs: On Raising Venture Capital — You Don't Need Finders!!!”
My company, Radar Networks, will be announcing some news next week. Stay tuned. We’ll be issuing some press releases along with several new sections on our Website, and more clues about what we are building…