Daniel and Manton talk about sudden priority shifts, the hopes of a crowd-funded Twitter alternative, and the self-promotional benefits of podcasting.
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Links for this show:
- Tumblr – A popular free blogging service with an unpopular API.
- Squarespace – A web publishing service with an emphasis on generating customer revenue.
- Twitterrific - The influential, early Twitter client for Mac and iOS.
- Twitter discourages third-party clients – Collection of tweets and links from 2011.
- Tweetbot announcement – Concerns over launching or charging for their client, from 2010.
- “I’m backing App.net” – John Gruber’s tweet, generated by App.net then edited.
- “So if App.net ever takes off…” – Daniel’s snarky response to App.net’s extortion-style Twitter ID reservation.
- App.net Stream API Spec – For vaporware, the App.net API documentation is pretty good.
- Kickstarter – The popular crowd-funding service.
- IndieGoGo – A crowd-funding service with more relaxed guidelines on what may be funded.
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