links for 2009-11-06

November 6, 2009

in general

  • The problem with lists in Twitter is it is just too hard to add people. Enabling it in your Twitter App makes it much easier to create lists overtime when their name comes up. At least that is what I'm planning to do. Will be trying the latest Seesmic out. Location will ultimately be the real innovation point for Twitter. At that point each tweetURL represents something that can create real value. When persistence in a location is charged for… there's a business model too.
  • A few points from Steve's post

    "The key to the Private Web is notification, not the actual content. The social signals that enable or disable connections are the new PageRank. It’s not a link but the ability to see the metadata that describes a link’s immediate value that’s valuable.

    he keys to the Private Web are shared, not at a location but via implicit and dynamic permissions to access the stream in realtime. Those who signal their understanding of this deeper value pool will implicitly advertise their value, and encourage us to request permission to share with them. Those deeper conversations will contain higher value as we trust those who share them to keep them private to the group who values them.

    Twitter may not support conversations very well, but it provides clues to where the Private Web exists. "

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