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                          It's My Browser and I'll Auto-Click if I Want To!

                          A month ago, I posted a piece claiming my right to a purpose-centric web. In it, I stated: I claim the right to mash-up, remix, annotate, augment, and otherwise modify Web content for my purposes in my browser using any tool I choose and I extend to everyone else that same privilege. Not surprisingly, the EFF agrees with me. Not on this exact issue, but in the spirit of the user having the right to control the experience on their own machine. They say: Free file hosting provider MediaFire seems to think that, when you follow
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                          Starting a High Tech Business: No Cold Hires

                          I'm starting a new business called Kynetx. As I go through some of the things I do, I'm planning to blog them. The whole series will be here. This is the twenty-first installment. You may find my efforts instructive. Or you may know a better way--if so, please let me know! In the past two weeks Kynetx has doubled in size. There's lots to do and the resources to make it happen, so getting more people became a priority. Getting the right people became the most important thing Steve and I could do for the long
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                          Doing the Wave Using a Site-Specific Browser

                          Over the last several days, we've started experimenting with using Wave to track project communications at Kynetx. We have three waves now with project information in it and have invited the folks who work on those projects to each. I'm not far enough into it yet, to state any thing conclusive, but so far, I'm liking what I see. Wave's ability to natively host a collaboratively edited document and tack conversations on any part of them makes it a nice tool for coordinating action and getting reaction to things. I'm not claiming it's a substitute for
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                          Kynetx Impact Agenda: Register Now!

                          We've finalized the agenda for Kynetx Impact on Nov 18-19 in Provo, UT (register here). I'm pretty excited at the agenda we've managed to put together and the keynote speakers who will be there: Doc Searls and Kim Cameron. I hope you can come. Wednesday Nov. 18 8:30 AM \tBreakfast & Registration 9:00 AM \tKeynote Address: "The Intention Economy: What Happens When Customers Get Real Power,"\tby Doc Searls, Sr. Editor of Linux Journal & author of "The Cluetrain Manifesto." 10:00 AM Keynote Address: "The Forgotten Edge: Building a Purpose-Centric Web," by Dr. Phil Windley, Kynetx Founder & author of the book,
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                          UTOSC: Open Source and Utah

                          Last week was the Utah Open Source Conference. This annual event has grown to be a conference that is every bit as enjoyable and informative as and conference I travel to see. There were easily 400 people there. I can't name all the people involed and their "about" page doesn't list their names--it should. These people are performing a great service to the tech community in Utah and we owe them a huge thank you! Kynetx had a table in the exhibitor area and there was a steady stream of visitors. Sam spent much of the day at the
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                          Unsubscribing from Everything

                          This week, I decided to unsubscribe from (nearly) every maketing email list. I'm shocked at how many I was on. A few observations: In general most of the email marketing systems work pretty well and no one was especially onerous to get off of. Many, however, did make the unsubscribe process unnecessarily confusing. "If you want to unsubscribe, uncheck these three boxes, check the two odd boxes in the next section, and hold your nose while pushing submit." Also, I found that I was on multiple lists from the same organization and usually unsubscribing from one
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                          CTO Breakfast at Utah Open Source Conference

                          We'll be holding the CTO Breakfast this Thursday at 8am at the Miller Campus of Salt Lake Community College in conjunction with the Utah Open Source Conference. We'll be meeting in the Cullinary Arts building. I'm told it has a cafeteria and we'll also have bagels and juice courtesy of Kynetx. You don't have to be registered for UTOSC to come to the breakfast, but you should register and go just because it will be an awesome event. We'll be stopping at 9:20 so that people can make their way over to the opening keynote: "Leveraging the Collective Intelligence
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                          Gillmor Gang on SideWiki: Building Audience

                          I was on Gillmor Gang yesterday talking with Craig Burton, Robert Scoble, Kevin Marks, and, of course, Steve Gillmor. The video is up now. The discussion was on SideWiki. I'm afraid Robert was a little outnumbered, but it was a lively discussion and a lot of fun. Robert kept saying that it was unfair for Google to ride on top of his distribution. Steve Fulling had made a comment regarding SideWiki and the piece I posted this week about new media platforms that was relevant to that argument that I repeated on the vidcast: it's not Robert's audience that
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