Photo of the Week: A couple of Maine Lobstahs! from a surf & turf event I attended on Friday. It doesn't get a whole lot more "summer" than this.
Somewhat Frank Weekly Tidbits: 08.12.2007
Change of opinion regarding myAOL
Matt Harwood came out very against myAOL when the myAOL Sneak Preview video splashed onto pages of TechCrunch in June. He has since changed his mind and he had the guts and heart to admit it. That says a lot about Matt's character and I really appreciate it. It is feedback like his that helps improve a product. Thank you Matt - I appreciate you giving myAOL a shot.
Facebook Source Code Leak
AllFacebook.com offers some analysis of the code leak and some helpful tips for Facebook.
Watch and Share Porn - Web 2.0 Style
Orli Yakuel aggregates some the Porn 2.0 Web site offerings.
NewTeeVee Jib Jab, Now Starring You
Jib Jab announced a new offering, called Starring You!, which allows you to upload your videos, and basically match them with five crazy dancing styles. The subsequent videos can be used as a widget, and would allow you to post it to your site or social network page. It reminds me of Elf Yourself.
Read Books via RSS (& e-mail) with DailyLit
DailyLit leverages RSS & email to read books.
Spock, a newcomer to the people search genre, launched to join others in this nearly overcrowded space, including sites like ProfileLinker, Upscoop, Wink, LinkedIn, and ZoomInfo.
Startup Tips: The eBook
CenterNetworks has compiled a free eBook filled with startup tips.
The Fascination With ToDo Lists Continues
The amount of energy web entrepreneurs put into creating the perfect online To Do list is surprising. In May 2006, I authored a To Do list comparison post for TechCrunch and now the category is re-examined.
Top 5 Most Dugg Blogs Ever
Find out which blogs are Dugg the most.
Techrigy: Big Brother for Blogs
Eric Olson covers Techrigy, a new service for Social Media Monitoring (or SM2) and it is designed to help companies track their employees blogs and wikis. Dear Techrigy, Let me be honest with you... this is lame and I am not a big fan. Love, Frank.
Jumptags, a little ahead of social bookmarking
Jumptags takes off where other social bookmarking tools might have left off. The web service not only allows users to collect, store, share and distribute web bookmarks, but it also does the same for notes, rss feeds and contact lists.
Feedbuddy: RSS Matchmaking
A social network built around RSS feeds the site says, "subscribing to and reading special RSS-feeds characterizes you and your very special interests." the type of feeds you read has a lot to do with what interests you. Read/Write Web offers a review of the site.