Photo of the Week: Spring is here and baseball is back as I snapped this photo of the Wrigley Field "W" flag while in Chicago this past weekend. Baseball is a lot like blogging (as I explained awhile back).
Clash of the APIs: Social Web Traffic Jam
Profy looks at some of the issues that arise from having open social APIs.
Seesmic Acquires Popular Twitter AIR Client Twhirl
Video/chat startup Seesmic has acquired Twhirl, a popular application that allows users to access the Twitter service directly from their desktop, and also cross post to other services like Pownce and Jaiku. It makes sense to me as I assume Seesmic will tie more tightly into all of these services.
Stanford Launches On-Campus Venture Fund, SSE Ventures
Stanford Student Enterprises, a Stanford student association with several hundred employees and $13 million in assets, has launched an early stage venture fund called SSE Ventures to invest directly in student founded startups. Bravo!
Facebook Chat Launches This Week
AllFacebook covers the rollout of Facebook chat which appears will act similar to GTalk in Gmail.
A conversation with Dave Winer
Somehow I missed this a few weeks ago (must have been all the travel I was doing) but I wanted to point it out now as Marshall Kirkpatrick talks RSS and OPML with Dave Winer.
Create A Cool Email Signature
Orli Yakuel shows off her new email signature she created with the help of MyBlogLog. You could do the same if you read this article.
Adobe Updates Photoshop Express EULA. Do Changes Go Far Enough?
Mashable covers the release of Adobe Photoshop Express which was announced this week.
10 Great and Fun Mobile Video and Photo Apps
CenterNetworks offers up a list of fun mobile video and photo applications like qik and kyte as well as some other less popular but still valuable services.
Data Portability Discussed
In this video Chris Saad talks about data portability while in Amsterdam for the Next Web Conference.
A look at Fav.or.it as it might compare to other feed readers on the Web.
In Web World of 24/7 Stress, Writers Blog Till They Drop
The New York Times' Matt Richtel takes a look at the blogging industry lifestyle and explains how just like other industries it can be stressful and unhealthy.
Essential Twitter Tools
My media 2.0 pal, Jeremiah Owyang has posted his essential twitter tools. He takes an in depth look at tools that he is using to improve his twitter experience.