SXSWi 2010"We understand that people have a limited amount of time and attention and our hope is that Twitter can help you direct your attention in ways that are useful to you," says CEO Evan Williams
SXSWi 2010In yesterday's Twitter keynote where CEO Evan Williams announced @anywhere, he also took a few moments to talk about the Twitter business model and why Twitter is willing to explore different possibilities
ExclusiveGoogle is keen that the usage of Buzz spreads beyond Gmail users and so it's actively looking at ways to achieve that. One possibility is that either Google itself or third-party developers will release Buzz clients
SXSWi 2010In a panel at South by South West Interactive called 'Gmail: Behind the Scenes', Gmail engineer Jonathan Perlow dropped a jaw-dropping fact: Google had been working on Buzz for four years before it launched
ExclusiveSince launch, Gmail has grown to become the third largest web mail service in the US, and while Google wants to see usage grow, it is more focussed on bringing new features to existing users
SXSWi 2010The Pirate Bay's Peter Sunde was beamed into a conference room by Skype at South by South West Interactive today to talk to interviewer Elizabeth Stark about the Pirate Bay, his views on copyright and whether the Pirate Bay can ever be fully shut down.
SXSWi 2010Following Chris Messina's panel at South by South West Interactive, where the open web advocate talked about Activity Streams, our colleagues on .net magazine caught up with him to talk about Google Buzz and the social web
SXSWi 2010Jeffrey Kalmikoff, Director of Design and User Experience at Digg, was on a panel today at South by South West where he and Scott Belsky from crowdsourced design organisation Behance talked about how businesses could understand and utilise crowdsourcing