This’ll teach Tom to post a Links of the Day at 8AM Central time.
JotSpot, one of the more popular entry-level web-based wiki apps out there, is now part of the Google empire. Am I the only one who didn’t see that coming at all?
Peter Shankman recounts an exchange with a reporter that proves the most valuable asset you can have as a PR representative is a product that generates genuine excitement.
Some corporate executives still need to stop worrying and love consumer-generated content for what it is.
Were the flurry of corporate deals just before Google bought YouTube part of a plan by the record labels to get out of paying artists for the works put on the video sharing sites?
Susan Merritt points out another example of a mainstream newspaper that seems to have not attributed at best and lifted directly from at worst a story that originally broke on BoingBoing. (Warning: The site Susan links to is NSFW)
CitizenBay is a very cool idea that brings social bookmarking to local news, complete with RSS feed.
Josh Hallett posts the answers he provided to a college student seeking opinions on blogging and such.
John Cass turns to the community to get some feedback as he writes his book. Go help the man out.
Conde Nast is buying Reddit, the popular social-bookmarking site.