Tag Archives: Webguild

WebGuild’s Guide to Twitter


What?  You are not Tweeting like a twittering maniac?    Daya at WebGuild has a nice feature – a guide to Twitter and how to set up and use the messaging and “microblogging” service that has taken the tech world by … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 Conference


WebGuild of Silicon Valley sponsored a great one day conference last week.   I missed the event but here are some pictures  courtesy of Reshma Kumar and Daya Baran, the Vice President and President of WebGuild who have really done an extraordinary job making that … Continue reading

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Copy, right?


I’m writing to so many blogs these days it’s getting hard to keep them all straight.    Here’s my thinking on the Lane Hartwell incident over at the Webguild blog. Webguild is the Silicon Valley marketing and internet networking group that … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 Conference and Expo


WebGuild will be presenting the second annual Web 2.0 Conference and Expo on January 29, 2008.   The location is the Santa Clara Marriot.  I missed this event last year but will be there this time and I’m really looking … Continue reading

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Blogger and OpenID


Reshma Kumar over at Webguild is reporting on Google’s upcoming launch of blogger based blog commenting that will support OpenID.   This is a great development and kudos to Google for again doing the right thing, which is making it easy … Continue reading

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Search metrics


Daya over at Webguild  has a nice post detailing the search shares across various engines.   I’m supposed to be posting over there more often but the rest of the contributors are doing such a good job, and I hate to … Continue reading

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