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Social TV is Dead?

Despite much of the recent noise that “Social TV Is Dead” the truth is far from it and a little more complicated. In a recent piece on WIRED, Richard Kastelein makes some interesting observations about Social TV in general as well as singling out Miso and Zeebox for particular attention. In case you’re new to

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Integrated Systems & Virtualization for Midsize Business – IBM #expertsyschat

Earlier today @IBMPureSystems held a #ExpertSysChat discussion on Twitter; they run these periodically about a variety of issues surrounding Cloud & Virtualization adoption. Obviously they have a product in this area but the discussions tend to be interesting. Generally they get an independent expert to chair the discussion and propose questions, a selection of IBM staff are

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Social Picture Sharing: Instagram nears 60% market share

Highlights Instagram‘s massive surge in April is likely due to; release of their Android app publicity around the Facebook aquisition Twitpic, Yfrog, Lockerz were already in decline before Instgram’s surge and are flattening out Pinterest (very slowly) increased its share from 1% to 2% for the year to date Background The Twitter “spritzer” stream – a random

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Installing CentOS packages on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

At the weekend I got into a discussion with Andy Stanford-Clark and Richard Appleby on Twitter troubleshooting basic application installation in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (like Pidgin). Not finding a solution later began to plague me, I grabbed a copy of RHEL and installed it on a Virtual Machine to solve the problem. If you’re interested in the history of the Red

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