Golden Week

May 5, 2006

It is Golden Week in Japan. Ergo, I am on a long holiday.

Sparse incremental feed reading:

  • RentAThing: barter in a world of ubiquitous information and access [via Micro Persuasion]
  • RapLeaf is an open feedback system (with open API) to build online reputation and trust and helps to find, rate, and evaluate buyers and sellers [via Techcrunch]
  • SoonR Talk: call from your mobile via your home PC Skype. Presumably good for international calls, especially if and when a roaming service will be available to let you choose from which PC you get your callback [via TechCrunch]
  • nsoftware has opened the beta version of Desktop Server to the public.
  • Marissa Mayer, Google’s VP of search products and user experience, mentioned that there would be a couple of big announcements next Wednesday at the annual Google Press Day: Google Health beta coming? The alleged data center where you can peek at it belongs to Google Inc. [via Micro Persuasion]
  • Seth Godin on What to write…when you don’t know what to write: If you don’t know what to say, don’t say anything.

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