• MySpace is talking about replacing what YouTube and other sources of “content” on the site are doing with their own, so they can have all the traffic. That’s a good idea, one stop shopping is fantastic, but howabout taking two things into consideration – people like using YouTube the way it is, and second, it’s probably important to get the non-super technical features you already have to work on a consistent basis. If you can’t scale on a totally regular scale to the 100 million accounts you already have for messaging, IM, and profiles, how do you expect to do so for thousands (if not millions) of bits of video?
  • Shel Holtz points to the latest Second Life Podcast that spells out what it’s all about.
  • ClickZ’s kate Kaye writes about how political marketing these days has changed, on the Web. Well that was fast. At least someone’s adopting different technologies.
  • Our own Chris Thilk thinks he’s cool because he’s now Web 2.0 Compliant. How cute.
  • FeedBurner has a look “under the hood” of the more than 100 thousand subscribers to TechCrunch‘s RSS feed.
  • On Monday, Jeremy Zawodny had a few things to say about recruiters who think they’re all slick by finding potential job candidates online. It’s one thing to utilize new tools on the ‘net (beyond Google, thankyouverymuch) to find talent, but a completely different one when you’re wasting people’s time. And the best part is that said recruiter probably doesn’t even realize what happened here.