The New York Times looks at the TSA blog. Good review, overall.
Like Ask a Ninja, only more nerdy. “Ask Palpatine is a way for you to get to know the Dark lord of the Sith, in puppet form. Send him questions and he’ll answer; he’s really a nice guy, underneath it all.”
When copies are free, you need to sell things which can not be copied.
“Nau – a Polynesian word of welcome and inclusion – was formed in 2004 by former executives from high end outdoor & lifestyle brands (Nike, Patagonia, Adidas to name a few). They came together to build a company that found “a better way” for every product and business process.”
I love the idea of a desktop app to browse Flickr. This one is good, but still a bit too feature lite for me to proclaim “finders keepers!” They’re still in beta though, so there’s still hope!
Healthcare is one of the most interesting opportunities for online community. The dynamic of getting help and support at your most trying, emotional times is very moving.