Exclude Duplicate Feeds

As i keep mashing (& messing) up multiple feeds, realized that an “exclude duplicate” feature would really be easy & useful, while sourcing feeds that may be cross-fed.

I like the way Swurl lets me easily “copy and paste” the RSS Status feeds of Facebook among other sources.

Enterprize 2.0

Enterprize 1.0 Enterprize 2.0
  • Hierarchy
  • Friction.
  • Bureaucracy
  • Inflexibility
  • IT-driven technology / Lack of user
  • Control
  • Top down
  • Centralized
  • Teams are in one building / one time zone
  • Silos and boundaries
  • Need to know
  • Information systems are structured and dictated
  • Taxonomies
  • Overly complex
  • Closed/ proprietary standards
  • Scheduled
  • Long time-to-market cycles
  • Flat Organization
  • Ease of Organization Flow
  • Agility
  • Flexibility
  • User-driven technology
  • Bottom up
  • Distributed
  • Teams are global
  • Fuzzy boundaries, open borders
  • Transparency
  • Information systems are emergent
  • Folksonomies
  • Simple
  • Open
  • On Demand
  • Short time-to-market cycles

Sun launches private beta of Zembly!

Update : Zembly will be open for public access, post private beta

Zembly is the world’s first collaborative environment specifically designed for creating social applications.

Zembly allows users to collaboratively build, publish, and host Facebook apps, OpenSocial apps, Meebo apps, iPhone applications, widgets, Google gadgets, and other social applications on the Web, all from the convenience of a browser. Thus, nontechnical users can compose mashups and other social and situational applications out of widgets and RESTful-style web services, all built by using lightweight technologies and composed right from the browser. More >