Here are my thoughts. Thanks to a friend of mine.
- To me, I think Google will launch their new phones when they want to demonstrate a Google “ideal” phone and to boost the cell-phone corporations in updating the phones’ hardware.
- If Google put all-forces in making phones, they will become competitors with other phone corporations which Google prefer to work with as phone-hardware partners! Google doesn’t need to be another phone corporation – their goal is below.
- Microsoft has been owning Operating System on PC. Google vision is to become the owner of Mobile OS – this is an awesome vision of Google! I don’t know why Microsoft would leave that market!
How about you? What do you think?
via Why Googles Nexus One failed? – Android – Stack Exchange.
Diigo vs. Alternatives, or Why Diigo?
If you want more than a simple bookmarking tool, Diigo is for you!
Compared with other bookmarking tools, Diigo enables you to do so much more. Period.
If you read a lot digitally, Diigo is for you!
Compared with other information management tools, Diigo is differentiated by its focus on e-reading.
via Diigo – Web Highlighter and Sticky Notes, Online Bookmarking and Annotation, Personal Learning Network..
For those who have already fallen in love with the WordPress “Press This” bookmarklet, you might not need to look for another alternative. All you need to do is to tweak the bookmarklet to perfection using “Press This Reloaded” plugin. As the name suggested, this plugins gives users the best of both world: the ability to post quick post and the full functionalities of WordPress editor.
You can get the plugin via “Install Plugins” menu at your WordPress’ side menu. Perform a quick search and click the “Install Now” link.
via Two Plugins To Publish Quick Posts On WordPress.
Although Diigo is more complete than regular social bookmarking sites and I truly like the toolbar, introducing it to my friends doesn’t mean they’ll necessarily be blown away by it. I know some of them don’t even use Delicious, or have any way to back up their bookmarks so they still keep them in long folders on their browsers. In other words, a full client like Diigo is just too much for them. For simpler annotating, I’ve found SharedCopy to be light and simple, particularly because all of its features are presented in no more than a bookmarklet.
via SharedCopy Lets You Bookmark & Annotate Websites With Style.