Alex Barnett's blog

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  • Blog Post: 10 Random Thoughts

    10 Random Thoughts. #1. The Interview #2. Repetition engines #3. Worry #4. The Social Enterprise
  • Blog Post: Alex Barnett podcast archive

    Microformats Podcast , March 31, 2006 "Here's a great podcast for you. All about microformats ..." Guests: Tantek Çelik , Dan Connolly and Rohit Khare . I think it's safe to say these guys know a thing or two about the web and microformats. - Here's an OPMLish podcast for you , March...
  • Blog Post: my del.icio.us tags

  • Blog Post: My Attention writings

    In rough chronological order: June 2006 My musical attention (data) May 2006 Coping with information overload (video interview) Share Your OPML (it had to happen) It's about throwing stuff away Attention Clouds April 2006 Attention 2.0 Social Search GestureBank...
  • Blog Post: Long Tail writings

    (in rough chronological order, earliest at top) 2005 The Long Tail of conversation and relationships The Long Tail is indeed full of crap Jeremy Allaire launches Brightcove How RSS thickened my Long Tail The lesser-spotted Slow Tail
  • Blog Post: RSS writings

    You can subscribe to my RSS writings using this RSS feed . In rough chronological order, earliest at top: 2003 RSS Future - Distributed marketing and the solution to spam? 2004 Email v RSS, let us move on... RSS Metric and Reporting FeedBurner answers my RSS metrics question ...
  • Blog Post: Screencasts archive

    Using RSS 101 - Screencast Using OPML 101 - Screencast Using Technorati and Tags 101 - Screencast Hacking Memeorandum 101 - Screencast Mum, you want to know where I live? Watch this screencast Google Autolink behavior screencast RSS via IM - = immedi.at notification screencast Attention...
  • Blog Post: Disclaimer

    This is a personal weblog. The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer. (Updated May 29 2005): In addition, my thoughts and opinions change from time to time...I consider this a necessary consequence of having an open mind. This weblog is intended to provide a semi...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Corp, Community Program Manager

    Community Program Manager for the Data Programmability team, Microsoft Corp, Redmond, WA ( more on this here ). Moved to Redmond in 2005 as International Program Manager for MSDN and TechNet for a year. Joined in Microsoft in October of 2002 as Online Customer Experience Manager (in CRM and Online...
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