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Clue Unit Podcast #17: Transparency Rapid Fire

Posted by: leelefever on June 17, 2007- 5:00pm

Categories: clueunit, podcast, transparency

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The Clue Unit podcast is a (mostly) weekly discussion of news and trends related to online communities in the business context with Jake McKee, Lee LeFever and Christopher Carfi. (iTunes) (MP3) (click here to subscribe) Episode 17, about 30 minutes. Clue Unit Episode #17 Transparency Rapid Fire Todays Topics: Google Street Views Transparency and TV Data as Transparency Facebook Applications Related Links: Transparent Screens on FlickrGoogle Street Level... Continue Reading
(iTunes) (MP3) (click here to subscribe) Episode 15, about 30 minutes. Today's Topic: Interview with Deb Schultz on Transparency About Deb: Deb Schultz is a consultant and speaker who describes herself as an evangelist and rabble-rouser in the relationship economy. She is the former Marketing Director of Six Apart, makers of blogging platforms Movable Type, Typepad, Vox and Live Journal. With Jake McKee, Lee LeFever and Christopher Carfi. Related notes and links: Transparency =... Continue Reading

Mena Trott on Movable Type 3.0

Posted by: leelefever on April 22, 2004- 5:00pm

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Mena's Corner: Where's the Beef? It's coming and Mena doesn't want everyone to get over-excited. I continue to be impressed with Six Apart's communication style. I liked this: Movable Type 3.0 and on will not be the solution for everyone, and that's okay. For some users, TypePad makes more sense. For others, non-Six Apart tools make more sense. What? Other products may make more sense to some users? Did the CEO really say that?