Om's WallStripped, Blackle, VM Ware and more
The Road Ahead For Browsing: Today is quite possibly the healthiest time for the Web-browsing industry — ever. Innovation is happening rapidly again, and since all of it is tied to the Web, this is helping to make the browser market competitive again, too. And you know what healthy competition means: better Web technologies and better user experiences — across all platforms, writes Samuel Sidler, the Team Coordinator for the Camino Project. Read more »
FoundRead: What do Digg Nation and Merv Griffin have in common? Lessons from the “One Man Conglomerate”. Read more »
WebWorkerDaily: 10 ways to socially manage your money.Read more »
NewTeeVee: Internet Killed the Newspaper Baron. Read more »
Earth2Tech: Massachusetts’ is experiencing a clean tech boom, with start-ups sprouting up everywhere. Read more »
VMware is now a $20 billion company. Wow. & Google is bitchslapping Blackle, whatever that might be.
Other good stuff from the blogs:
* 24/7 Wall Street: AOL Finance is catching up with Yahoo Finance, leaving MSN Money in dust.
* Howard Lindzon: Om Gets WallStripped. Watch the video here. Yikes… my lack of sleep and general tiredness showed up in the interview. Lindsay is a tough interviewer.