Tag Archives: blogs

See you later, Regator

Here’s another competitor in the market for more or less intelligent blog aggregators: Regator. While Technorati has become nearly unusable in the last few months, this new startup not only looks very neatly design – well, we could argue about the crocodilealligator, because in Germany, we once had a very infamous hit by “Schnappi, das […]

Portfolio: Codes, Projects and Hacks

Here’s a short list of the diverse hacks, mashups and projects that I realized within the last weeks (you never know who’s reading ;-): Friendfeed Friendfeed’s Six Degrees: FF6° displays some information about your network on Friendfeed. How many friends-of-friends do you have? What are the most influential nodes in your network? The program allows […]

Measuring blogs: The New, the Best, the Odd, the Linked and the Forgotten

Social media measurement should take into account that there are different types of blog posts with different readers, expectations and usage patterns. In seminars I often employ a little number play and compare how many people are reading e.g. a German food magazine and how many people are reading a blog on the same topic. […]