The Future of the Web is Small, Academic Earth, Beatles Rock Band, Top Developer Blogs, et al.

The Future of the Web is Small – A case for Micropreneurship.

Top 200 Blogs for Developers – I’ve moved from 40 to 88. I need to increase my posting schedule.

Paymo Time Tracking – A well-designed, free time tracking app with one of the coolest screenshot galleries I’ve seen.

Academic Earth – Video lectures, mostly math, science and entrepreneurship from Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, NIH, Princeton, Stanford and Yale.

Cool Lip Dub – Flagpole Sitta by Harvey Danger – The startup life. “We did this video one night after work. We are a company called Connected Ventures, a group of friends who work for: Vimeo, CollegeHumor, Busted Tees, and Defunker.”

The Beatles: Rock Band – 09.09.09. ‘Nuff said.

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2 comments ↓

#1 Chris Sain on 07.17.09 at 10:51 am

The future of the web is small – great article about micropreneurship. Starting a local, online newspaper as a modern replacement for printed community newspapers – what a great idea! The costs are low and local ads seems like a viable revenue model because you’ve got a focused audience. Seems like local businesses looking for some free promotion would contribute content for the same reason they blog about their particular area of expertise. I need to think about this idea a little more…

#2 John Hunter on 07.25.09 at 4:04 pm

My blog moved from 41st to 94th to 86th on Jurgen’s list.