Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-07-11

  • Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-07-04 http://goo.gl/fb/E7Twr #
  • Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-07-04 http://goo.gl/fb/w2Wso #
  • Finally fixed the wifi issues on my iPad – happy days #
  • Fast response is critical for touchscreen apps. The Times iPad app is average on this count, at best. Pulse is a much faster news app. #
  • Google bans speed camera detector service Navrex from Adwords arguing service illegal, destroys their funding round http://bit.ly/cSzDVD #
  • Dead tree reading is heading for the cemetery! Jakob Nielsen user exp study finds iPad, Kindle similar to trad book http://bit.ly/9Zr5rz #
  • Yahoo using searches to steer news coverage http://bit.ly/90T3IQ – when will TV channels experiment with playlists and do something similar? #
  • Pew Internet study: 85% believe web socialising improves their life http://goo.gl/fb/voeUx #
  • I'm loving TSOHost.co.uk – since I moved TheEquityKicker there downtime has been 0s and response times are much improved #
  • @jdrumgoole don't be saying that 🙂 in reply to jdrumgoole #
  • Device vs platform and some good signs for Android http://goo.gl/fb/98T2R #
  • Facebook in talks to sponsor English National Football team http://bit.ly/do8AoT – now that I would like to see #
  • Playing with Layer for 20mins quite cool – but not sure how sticky #
  • Techcrunch and Woot having fun with the dinosaur that is the AP – amusing http://bit.ly/9ljqWt #
  • Twitter heading into the coupon space – soon to include local coupons http://bit.ly/bhaNbt #
  • Does augmented reality need to use the camera? http://goo.gl/fb/gkj5j #
  • Amazon launches Uk grocery delivery service – will be interesting to see how this plays out, maybe not that significant http://bit.ly/chOGy4 #
  • Twitter reporting 24bn searches per month, 6x Bing – impressive number, but are we comparing apples with apples? http://bit.ly/9t3Irn #
  • Google’s HTML5 initiatives challenge the app and app store paradigm on mobile http://goo.gl/fb/KQFmX #
  • @thatkeith HTML5 isn't perfect for everything, but will be fine for lots of apps, and does have offline functionality in reply to thatkeith #
  • This is a good time to be a developer in mobile http://goo.gl/fb/1NIyO #
  • Developer questions performance of Apple's iAds http://bit.ly/9m8f7S #
  • Bing makes more small market share gains at expense of Google http://bit.ly/brFLlf – at this rate it will take them forever to make a dent #
  • @scott_sage thanks Scott, interesting and I think accurate – I am going to open a second FB account purely for my close friends and family. in reply to scott_sage #
  • Steve Blank’s “The Four Steps to the Epiphany” – a great manual for startups http://goo.gl/fb/Lp4Jg #
  • Just bought tickets for Scissor Sisters, Dec 15 O2 Arena. My last gig was Blur last year – I'm officially the come back kid #

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