Some brief news:
I've heard that
I've also heard that Gist, run by is going to be shut down by RIM and the team is moving to other social initiatives. I hear from the team that they are building in social support into future versions of Blackberry's OS. Wish them luck with that!
Lots of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 reviews hit the web this morning: http://www.techmeme.com/120815/p20#a120815p20 Are you buying one?
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Now thatis in place, expect to be surprised.
Yahoo finance is the premier brand on the web in finance . This is known.
Now she should expand Yahoo Finance, still a viable competitor onthe Web.
re: where to get news: I narrowed down to just hackernews - preferably new items (not front page). Raw, unfiltered, hidden gems. Much more interesting things than the same old same old from techmeme.
ps: and the Chrome ext "Hacker News: Mark All Read" is a must have.
I do have to say I prefer a regular capacitive stylus to the Wacom one built in, though.
Have had the Note 10.1 for a few weeks. Very nice. Didn't see today's announcement, so I don't know whether the consumer model can make phone calls. (The one I have can. It's fun holding that sucker up to my head and walking around.)
Gist was so awesome! :(
Doubled the team size, what from 1 to 2. ?
The first reasonably complete spec sheet I could locate didn't have 'hdmi' on the page. Thanks for the tip.
it does connect to HDMI via an MHL Adapter. The Pen is based upon technology by Wacom, so it is pretty accurate and also has pressure sensitivity, making it a pretty innovative feature in the tablet sensor. There are things you can't do with your finger or those capacitive pens.
For my Android development needs, I'm not going to buy the Samsung tablet anytime soon, although, for development purposes it would be nice to have a big screen as my app can use a lot of real estate.
If I were to get it for personal use (not development), then, for me, the screen resolution's a bit low, they use USB 2 instead of 3, I'd also want an HDMI output port (didn't see one listed), a wired ETH port, and the ability to plug in external USB drives to read/write content. I don't need the stylus. I didn't check out the adequacy of the included sensors, and being able to plug in an external, high-quality mic would be nice.
Currently, I'm fairly happy with my Nexus7 as a development platform.
Flickr is missing support for RAW and EPS files, as well as video longer then 90 seconds. Therefore I went to SMUGMUG
http://goo.gl/TeXH9 about joining Flickr as well -- I think today is her first day with a Flickr account. Neither of her predecessors Scott Thompson or Carol Bartz had Flickr accounts. This is wonderful to hear about the increase in staffing for Flickr!!! They should hire you as the new Yahoo evangelist (not that Rackspace isn't a great place for you now). I've always felt that Yahoo through Flickr has had such potential in social.this is wonderful news. I referenced this post of yours in a blog post I just wrote
I still have an original iPad, was looking at the Nexus 7 but now thinking the Note is the way to go. (If I were on AT&T, I'd already have the Note, just for the S-Pen.) Trying to decide between 7" and 10", and if the S-Pen is worth the extra $$$
I can't comment on Facebook but at least I can here! I'm glad Marissa Mayer is investing more Yahoo resources into Flickr. To me, it's one the companies few bright spots. Whenever my annual membership is due, I gladly pay for it. I think she's going to turn out to be a great CEO!
kudos for phablet!
go get your coffee ;) Samsung DOES release a whole lot of devices...it's hard not to get confused at times...
sorry, not enough coffee in my system yet. I updated the post to correct my mistake.
It's the Galaxy Note 10.1 (a tablet), the Galaxy Note 2 (which again will be a phablet/smartphone) might be announced just before IFA at the scheduled Unpacked event.
Marissa Mayer stopped posting on Google+ the day she left for Yahoo. 620,979 people alienated. This made me uncircle her.
I love Flickr and use it almost daily. I also backup all of my albums on my computer to it.
's still active on Twitter, but her G+ feed has gone cold. Coincidence?
I am addicted to Techmeme now. Its aggregation and ranking is top notch.
Time to post some pics on Flickr... thanks for the nudge;)
Exciting news, I used to love flickr but have moved on due to changes/staleness
I read blogs, "news" is not so interesting as a day will pass and it becomes "old news"
Nice to Flickr back on the upswing!