- What Happens to .ly Domains When Libya Shuts Down the Internet – “All this should serve as a cautionary tale for anyone obtaining a domain – in Libya or, frankly, elsewhere, as TLDs fall under government scrutiny and seizure, no matter the country.” I’m starting to think domains are broken, but handing everything over to search seems like a much worse option. Who is working on a replacement system?
- Marco.org – Subscriptions and the new In-App Purchase requirement – Marco makes some thoughtful points here.
- what happens when NetFlix Watch Instantly meets unlimited 3G: – this is what I’ve been talking about. We are going to need more and more data going forward.
- Christchurch earthquake – The Big Picture – Boston.com – wow.
- Firefox 4 Beta for Android really is that much faster | Android Community – It’s blazing fast.
- Dear Google, I Have More Than 10,000 Contacts – the scary part of this to me is that Brad trusts his contacts to Google sync. I lost so much data from my contact records (fields silently dropped, etc.) when I tried this that I immediately rolled back to a backup.
- Solving The Hacker News Problem – Al3x is right, the problem is the opportunity (popularity and growth) these sites experience. Serving a niche and turning down a wider audience is a tough business decision to make. And it has to be a business decision for as he says, running a site like this is a full time investment.
- git: revert (reset) a single file – the equivalent of “svn revert”.
On Selling Crowd Favorite
On Friday Karim and I signed the final papers to bring my Crowd Favorite team together with his VeloMedia team. Whew! I’ve told the story of…