Yesterday, I came across a new feature of Disqus, the comment system I have been using on all my blogs since early 2009. At a first glance, I barely noticed the red notification message that now shows up on each Disqus enabled comment section.
I noticed it because Big Think, the blog network which I contribute to with Disrupt Education just switched their comments to Disqus. Sunday, I wrote a blog post about Siri, the new voice enabled assistant on the iPhone 4S and its implications on learning and education.
enrolled.in already has its place in the great book on the history of the internet. It is the second company to get a funding offer on a live webcast by an angel investor who is no other than Jason Calacanis.
Last week this new social network that is targeting universities only, opened its gates to sign ups.
Xiha Life is around since 2008 already and has not only attracted a substantial seed funding of $1 million in January 2010 but also added Jyri Engeström who is a co-founder of Jaiku, a micro blogging platform similar to Twitter which has been acquired by Google for $12 million in 2007, to the board.
The newest version of Xiha Life enables you to add your Facebook and Twitter stream to the platform and hence use its real time translation tool.
Some weeks ago Myngle.com announced a new partnership. They teamed up with the Latvia based social network ONE.lv. A press release should have followed. As time goes by and I am sure there will be other topics to talk about, soon I decided publish this draft today. So, let’s have a quick look on the facts as I know them.