Tuesday, 10th May 2011
According to Internet expert and ReadWriteWeb 2WAY Summit Master of Ceremonies Alex Blagg, content farms are destroying the fabric of the planet. Is there a better way for folks to get guaranteed super viral content? There sure is! That's why Alex will also be bringing his brand new Internet Content Mass Manufacturing Facility Warehouse Superstore…
Thursday, 14th April 2011
The ReadWriteWeb 2WAY Summit Site is Live!
Last month we announced our biggest live gathering to date: the 2WAY Summit, happening June 13-14 in NYC. Since our initial announcement, we've been working diligently to put together what we hope will be the best tech event of the summer. To that end, we're extremely pumped and jacked to announce that the full 2WAY Summit site is NOW LIVE.
Tuesday, 5th April 2011
ReadWriteWeb 2WAY Summit Main Stage Speakers
Over the past several weeks we've been feverishly putting together our biggest event ever: the 2WAY Summit. While we'll be launching our full event site next week, I wanted to share with you the great minds who will be joining us on the main stage June 13th and 14th at Columbia University in New York City.
Monday, 21st March 2011
Propose a Session for the 2WAY Summit NYC
UPDATE: Open session proposals are now closed. Thanks to everyone who submitted one. We'll be in touch soon. As you may have read recently, we're having our next great event, the two-day ReadWriteWeb 2WAY Summit on June 13-14 in New York City. While programming for day one is all but set with awesome speakers including danah boyd, Jason…
Thursday, 17th March 2011
South by Southwest Interactive: The Ultimate Scrapbook
I spent much of my fourth consecutive year at the South by Southwest Interactive festival capturing tweets, photos and other moments from the thousands of people in attendance. To accomplish this, I used curation platform Storify, which incidentally won this year's SXSWi Startup Accelerator competition for news technologies. Although still in…
Tuesday, 14th December 2010
Read About ReadWriteWeb's New Look
As you sit down for another glorious day of tech news and analysis from ReadWriteWeb, you may have noticed that we've given our homepage and other aspects of the site a spiffy new upgrade. For many weeks we've been thinking of (and coding) better ways to deliver our content to you, as well as a better way to engage and discuss that content. We're…
Friday, 10th December 2010
Merry ChromeOSmas! We're Giving Away 5 Chrome OS Notebooks For the Holidays
This week, Google gave the world the first major update on Chrome OS since the project was announced last year. While Google's operating system in the cloud won't be ready for prime-time for six months, Google initiated a pilot program that includes a brand new test notebook with Chrome OS installed. While many have been selected for the program…
Wednesday, 3rd November 2010
What Catches AT&T's Attention on Twitter? 17th Century Japanese Poetry of Course
Earlier today, our Sarah Perez reported on the news that AT&T had taken to Twitter to respond to the legions of customers (myself included) who regularly have to deal with various connectivity nightmares with their iPhones. As someone who likes to complain, I've found that doing it on Twitter is hit and miss at best. Sure, pioneers like…
Tuesday, 19th October 2010
Open Thread: What Joyous Treasures Will Apple Announce Tomorrow?
When I was a kid, Christmas Eve was the most excruciating night of the year. I couldn't sleep and I couldn't think about anything else besides what would be waiting for me under a tree the next morning (it was usually something in the Star Wars, G.I. Joe or Transformers universe). Now, at the youthful age of 35, my Peter Pan complex is rarely as…
Friday, 15th October 2010
Curated For Your Pleasure: Twitter Q&A With Evan Williams
Today, Twitter's Evan Williams hosted his first Q&A with users since stepping aside as CEO of the company and anointing former COO Dick Costolo as the new boss. Williams, who is now focusing entirely on product strategy, spent an hour answering some burning questions from users. It's definitely nice to see one of the major faces of the company…