Get ready for video podcasting


You can argue about whether to call it ‘videocasting’, ‘vodcasting‘, ‘vlogging‘, ‘vblogging’ … But you cannot argue about the surge in buzz about it: John Q. Public is getting ready to create his own movies and show them to the world.


ABVV – the nuance between a strike and hostage stituation


ABVV
FGTB


Web 2.0 mememap overview

After I saw Tim O’Reilly’s Web 2.0 mememap (via readwriteweb.com) and Dion Hinchcliffe‘s visualisation of Web 2.0, I realised they didn’t cut it for me. They were somewhat confusing and chaotic. So I decided to make one myself.


WizaRSS: a wizard player based on RSS

I had an idea recently that I probably won’t be able to work out, so I’m just gonna throw it here and see if anyone feels like putting the nuts and bolts together.


RSS is a hammer

We’re all excited by the promises of Web 2.0, we’re all awaiting the next really neat remix application/service of data, meta-data, analysis and presentation. But let’s not fall for the “I have a hammer, so all problems look like a nail” trap. In my opinion, Dave Winer goes one step to far when he says:


Brussels Bloggers Meeting on Oct 7


(NL versie hieronder – version FR ci-dessous)


Web 2.0 conference in Brussels


The guys from Shoob are organising a Belgian Web 2.0 Conference in Brussels on October 6th.
There is a MEDIA 2.0 track (“challenges for traditional media”):


Pareto doesn’t do search

I’m gonna talk about a post that is 6 months old, I know, but I recently re-read it and wanted to link it to Technorati’s recent traffic troubles.
Joe Kraus from JotSpot (and previously Excite) wrote an excellent article called “The long tail of software. Millions of Markets of Dozens.“. I’ll concentrate on the following segements:


Brusselse Stadsblog gaat van start!

(post in dutch)


Flickr changes image URLs with some glitches


Old URL:
photos23.flickr.com

New URL:
static.flickr.com/23