From Tim Dyson. . . →
A couple of days ago Reuters made an announcement that appears to have been ignored by the PR industry. Essentially they announced the introduction of technology that would scan news for sentiment on particular companies and issues. If, as a result of these news scans, sentiment went above or below user defined limits, then an automatic trade would be executed. It’s another form of...
Some really cool and refined (if not brand new, this has been done before) stuff from Microsoft.
Joshua Dilworth: More and more difficult to get though all these feeds! Some cleaning is in order… (via Twitter / Joshua Dilworth)
Joshua Dilworth: Coverage tracking to the max:) (via Twitter / Joshua Dilworth)
Marc Ribot is fighting the city in his effort to keep music in Manhattan (no offense, Brooklyn, it’s just harder to make money out there). Note the “Blue” development in the background of the homepage photo… http://www.takeittothebridge.com/forums/?q=node/9
Joshua Dilworth: SD Times briefing. (via Twitter / Joshua Dilworth)
Top 10 Most Bizarre Foods - MSN Encarta →
Armed only with his vast knowledge of all things edible, Andrew Zimmern is on a quest to find the worldâs most bizarre foods.
Joshua Dilworth: Tanking, hoping some tea will get me going again! (via Twitter / Joshua Dilworth)
Joshua Dilworth: Manuel’s leftovers are no longer left over:) (via Twitter / Joshua Dilworth)
Great poem on "Zero and her Origin" →
Joshua Dilworth: You cannot resist lolcats. God bless the internets. http://www.slate.com/id/2166338/fr/flyout (via Twitter / Joshua Dilworth)
Where Tumblr fits in
Think this can be a nice, more casual locus of on-the-fly Josh-ness aggregating Twitter, deli.icio.us, TypePad, etc. too. We’ll see:)
Joshua Dilworth: iGoogle vs. Netvibes — any opinions? (via Twitter / Joshua Dilworth)
San Fran (pic below)
Really wishing I was still here. After a weekend of goodbyes to a good friend, intensely wondering where we will all end up?
That first VC meeting is a big step.