We often ignore the simple rules of a pond – the big fish will try to devour the small ones. And in the world of technology, the big companies will try to (in the garb of supporting and mentoring) acquire new ventures. But experience tells us, that not all of these mergers are a success. […]
Let me first wish all readers and regular followers of Brajeshwar a very Happy New Year, 2011. 2010 could have been a bad year for many and here is hoping for a better start in 2011. A bad year it was for many at Yahoo! too. Yes, Yahoo! has done it again. In less than […]
These documents were originally created for YC-funded startups to use when raising angel rounds. They seem to have worked well in trial runs so far, so YC is open-sourcing them.
The key to making a site builder for end-users is to make software that lets people with no design ability produce things that look good — or at least professional.
With Adobe’s help, Google can now better read the content on sites that use Adobe Flash technology, helping users find more relevant information when conducting searches.
If you register with any of the OpenID Providers mentioned above, you can login with it on any website that supports OpenID. You can also use your existing accounts from a humungous number of services as an OpenID login – AIM, Bloglines, WordPress, et al.
Adobe will not allow third party streaming servers to stream H.264 video or AAC Audio into the Flash Player? One would need an appropriate license from Adobe to do so! So, for the future high quality Video on Web, will Adobe have the last laugh?