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By: Josh Chandler » Will Twitter ever be able to update databases in realtime without bringing Twitter.com down?

Sat, 14 Feb 2009 16:53:31 +0000

[...] maintenance” to be acceptable, as much as the likes of Robert Scoble of Fast Company TV and Steve Gilmor of Techcrunch IT are trying to hold Twitter more accountable, but I just don’t know if Twitter are [...]



By: weekly (weekly) « Come Sit A While

Sun, 30 Nov 2008 20:43:40 +0000

[...] A sheepish apology [...]



By: Jack

Thu, 27 Nov 2008 07:22:06 +0000

Forget it all.



By: francine hardaway

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 21:25:15 +0000

True, Karoli. Between Lists and JustSignal.com, I've got it under control. And Steve, I did what you did -- fed Twitter from FF instead of the other way around.



By: Karoli

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 19:26:55 +0000

Michael Krigsman, Also, creating lists in FF helps immensely. That last sentence of above post should read "here", without the word "at"



By: Karoli

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 19:25:41 +0000

Michael Krigsman, There is a tool to turn down the noise but it's imperfect -- still needs ability to reply in same window, but you can find it at here



By: BackType’s Co-opetition with Disqus, IntenseDebate « I’m Not Actually a Geek

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 16:40:45 +0000

[...] BackType tracks comments made via Disqus, and I assume ID as well. For instance, I can see Robert Scoble’s comments on Fred Wilson’s post My Techmeme Obsession on both Disqus and on BackType. But only on BackType will I see his comments on the TechCrunch post A sheepish apology. [...]



By: Michael Krigsman

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 05:55:06 +0000

It's still far too difficult to manage the firehose in FF. I guess that's what Scoble refers to when he talks about accessing the "value in the FF database" through some kind of UI. Nice sheep photo by the way :)



By: Louis Gray

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 05:47:56 +0000

It really says something when a service's initial critics can turn around and become its best advocates. It's not about "my service" vs. "your service", but about finding new ways to make connections, share information and enable conversation where it wants to be. We're happy to have you at FriendFeed and look forward to more insights.



By: Christopher Harley

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 05:24:40 +0000

That's too funny. It's true that I always thought you'd find the platform worthwhile. But months back, when the echo chamber argument was in full press, you made me reconsider what value I could find in rehashing already disseminated information. Now it seems that FriendFeed's greater potential has come to the fore and users have shown that finding the true value isn't something that's immediately obvious.



By: Phil Glockner

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 05:24:14 +0000

The thread you linked to on my name has exploded with comments. Great stuff! To me, that's exactly what makes FriendFeed great.



By: Robert Scoble

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 05:06:43 +0000

FriendFeed forgives you. :-)