Matt McKeon‘s infographic on
The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook is great visualisation of the article
Fluid, a software application for Mac that lets you create Site Specific Browsers, is entirely Open Source now and is avaiable on GitHub. (Via Fluid Blog)
Google‘s Steve Lee said at the Web 2.0 Expo that Google Latitude has three Million active users. At the same time Foursquare has more than one million users and MyTown two million users. (Via TechCrunch)
According to Advertising Age Facebook will roll out location-based features very soon and it will compete with other location-based services like Foursquare, Gowalla, Brightkite and Google Latitude. (Via Mashable)
There are rumours that gaming network Zynga is going to leave Facebook and start its own Zynga Live service. (Via The Next Web)
The Rissington Podcast is one of the podcasts I am subscribed to. And it’s one of the podcasts that can make me feel embarrassed when Jon Hicks and John Oxton make me laugh out loud wherever I am listening to them.
Last week the redesign of the web site went online. It is a perfect example what can be done with background images and liquid design. Just go to The Rissington Podcast, resize your browser window and see yourself.