Lots of visual and video embeds today, so i’m sticking with four. Quality over quantity:
- FriendFeed’s “default” list of “Friends” reverts to same A-listers for everybody. Thanks to intrepid reporter Allen Stern of CenterNetworks for sniffing this out.
- Twitter might buy Twitter search site Summize? Maybe it’s a rumor, but expect Summize to consummate the deal by going down for 24 hours.
- The iPhone 3G released today? I hope that AT&T has tested their network to withstand the millions of Mac fanboys simultaneously activating their phones. They could take a lesson from the people who build sports arenas:
- Google launches virtual world “lively.” It’s supposed to be more intuitive than Second Life (flying a fighter jet is more intuitive than Second Life), but from the looks of things this was not built with a Second life-style sex trade in mind:
Is Diebold taking notes for November?