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Conan At Intel

May 7, 2007

I love this! I didn’t get to put on the bunny suit, but this is exactly what I wanted to do (videotape the inside of this building, not goof on Intel) when I visited in January. Jen at ISN sent it to me, so I guess Intel’s taking the silliness in stride.

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Intel's Web 2.0 TDK

February 22, 2007

I’ve been meaning to get into the meat of this for a while but have been swamped. CV does a much better job than I would have anyway with this screencast explaining the Web 2.0 TDK and some possible uses. I love that you can see whether or not the user has a single or […]

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Josh Bancroft Moves To Intel Software Network

February 5, 2007

I wasn’t able to say anything before now, but I’m excited to report that Josh Bancroft, of TinyScreenfuls fame, is moving to the Intel Software Network as the Social Networking Specialist. He’s been a big social media advocate at Intel up to now, so it’s exciting to see he’s being used in such a relevant […]

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ISN Gets A Flickr Account

January 31, 2007

If any of you are following the work the Intel Software Network is doing, and I know you are, you may want to grab the RSS feed for the Flickr account we just set up. Aaron’s trip to Mashup Camp is documented on there, as is the recent ISN Mobile Developer Community Meeting and some […]

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ISN At Mashup Camp

January 18, 2007

Jason and Aaron are at Mashup Camp today. Aaron posted on the previous few days at Mashup University, with this notable observation: I’ve seen some great presentations by AOL on microformats, Open AIM, Boxley; Adobe on Apollo/Flex; Sun on JavaServer Faces. Lignup talked about mashup voice and rich media into web applications. Microsoft demonstrated Virtual […]

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