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  • Web
    Jane Fong: Aiming to Bring Anime Online, as a Woman, a Foreigner and an Entrepreneur in Japan

    Jane Fong is the founder and CEO of Akibanana, a six-person company that aims to help bring Japanese anime animation from the world of traditional distribution onto the web. Her three part plan includes a media hub tracking the industry, a real-world tour of the Tokyo neighborhood where anime culture...

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    Adobe LiveCycle Update 1 Announced

    Now offers 3D PDFs and an Enterprise Content Management system out of the box. In the Web 2.0 world, applications are simplified and easy for everyone to use. Few people need training on how to sign up for Facebook or how to Digg an article. However, set one foot outside...

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    Where Are We in The Enterprise 2.0 Wave?

    Most enterprise software sucks. That is my considered opinion from 30 years in the software biz. Words that come to mind are: bloated, inflexible and user hostile. The good news is that it is getting better, a lot better. The driver for change is what I call the consumerization of...

  • Web
    C-Shirt: Remixable T-shirts by Mobile Phone

    Japanese media-wiki company Nota offers a service called C-Shirt, a fascinating combination of technologies and concepts unlike anything we've seen before. The company sells t-shirts like Threadless or scads of other online vendors, but with a serious twist.It's a t-shirt, but with a mobile scannable code, wiki-like editing and a...

  • Web
    Adobe Launches Online Office Suite and New Flash-Enabled Acrobat 9

    Back in March, we said Adobe was slowly building an online empire. Today, that news turns out to be true. Adobe is has just launched their version of an online office suite available at Acrobat.com, complete with word processor (Buzzword), web conferencing/whiteboard app (ConnectNow), online file sharing (Share), file storage,...

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    Strands Lifestreaming: What They’re Doing and Invites for Readers

    Recommendation service Strands.com launched a lifestreaming service this week that aims to pull together the company's wide range of services in particular media and online activity into one central place for users to share socially. The new Strands is a way to share your music, bookmarks, blog posts and other...

  • Web
    Mars Phoenix Lander Live on Web in 1 Hour

    In July 1969 when the US Apollo 11 mission landed on the Moon, an estimated 500 million people tuned in to watch on TV across the world. The space race between the US and the Russians had captured the public's imagination the world over. Over the next few years, though,...

  • Web
    Nine Company Blogs That Are Fun For Anyone to Read

    Here at ReadWriteWeb we spend a lot of time reading the blogs of companies we write about (send yours to [email protected]) and we've found that some of them are just plain fun. An interesting company blog can be a great way to draw in new people through relevant content of...

  • Web
    SemTech Panel: Investor Opportunities and Pitfalls

    What sort of funding opportunities exist in the budding Semantic Web space? What are VCs looking for and how much are they will to invest? That was the topic of a panel at the SemTech 2008 Conference that just concluded in San Jose. The panel featured Stephen Hall from Vulcan...

  • Web
    Google Health Launches – Cautious, Non-Innovative Entry into Health 2.0

    Today Google announced the public availability of Google Health, after initially launching as a closed beta back in February. It is described as "a safe and secure way to collect, store, and manage [your] medical records and health information online" and is being positioned as a way for users to...

  • Mobile
    What’s Plaguing Your Mobile Social Network?

    While social media services such as Twitter and Friendfeed are great ways to start making connections, nothing compares to face-to-face interaction. Mobile social networks like Brightkite aim to bring users together by allowing users to connect with others that are in the same location and interact more honestly with one...

  • Web
    Bungee Labs Evolves to Compete With Salesforce & Others

    Bungee Labs announced today at Web 2.0 Expo that it is expanding its hosting options, and also looking into open source as a way to connect with the developer community. Bungee Labs' main product is Bungee Connect, an end-to-end, cloud-based development platform for web applications. We covered the launch of...

  • Web
    Google Gives Up Control of Keyhole Markup Language (KML)

    Google announced today that mapping markup language KML has been accepted by and will be given to the Open Geospatial Consortium, an international mapping standards body. KML will now be known as OpenGIS® KML Encoding Standard (OGC KML), opening up what should be an explosive new era in online mapping.The...

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    Google App Engine: History’s Next Step or Monopolistic Boondoggle?

    Google's new App Engine will let application developers outsource hosting and data storage for their applications by using key elements of Google's infrastructure. As many people have noticed, the announcement just screams out for analysis in light of Nick Carr's new book The Big Switch. Carr outlines the history of...

  • Social
    More Questions Than Answers About OpenSocial

    The launch of the OpenSocial Foundation yesterday was probably more about preempting lawsuits than it is about anything else, but getting Yahoo!, Google and Newscorp all in the same room raised some eyebrows. It also raises some big questions. In fact, there may be more questions on the table about...

  • Social
    Facebook Security Lapse Leaves Private Photos Exposed, Even Paris and Zuck’s

    The Associated Press reported this afternoon that its reporters were able to use an undisclosed method to access private photos on Facebook, including some from Paris Hilton at the Emmys and others from Facebook founding CEO Mark Zuckerberg's vacation in November of 2005. (They did not publish any of those...

  • Web
    Goodbye, Enterprise – Hello, Socialprise

    Here's another word to add to your lexicon: "Socialprise." It's meaning is somewhat obvious: social tools + enterprise = "socialprise."  It's a new term, but one we hope sticks around, since it's currently representative of one of the biggest shifts in business today. We covered some socialprise tools before, in...

  • Web
    Comment of the Day: More Sites for Finding Wonderful Things

    We have 2 comment of the day prizes to give out today, and they both come from our post Ten Sites for Finding Wonderful Things. Written by Marshall Kirkpatrick, it was a list of 10 "online bricolage" websites - i.e. the art of assembling diverse found objects. Sites like Kottke.org...

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    Adobe Announces Full Releases of AIR, Flex 3, and Blaze DS

    Adobe today will bolster its "Platform for Rich Internet Apps" with the full release of a trio of developer tools. Each of the tools Adobe is releasing is either free or open source. Along with the boost to Adobe's RIA platform, a number of companies are also announcing applications built...

  • Web
    11 Things To Know About Semantic Web

    1. You don’t need to apologize for calling it Web 3.0. Of course the Web does not upgrade in one go like a company switching to Vista. But there is a definite phase transition from current technologies. My personal Web 3.0 definition is “the combination of Web 2.0 mass collaboration...

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