Stories by Heather Havenstein

O'Reilly proposes blogging code of conduct

On the heels of the posting of death threats against prominent blogger Kathy Sierra, technology publisher Tim O'Reilly Sunday released a draft code of conduct for blogging that calls for an end to anonymous comments and a commitment to online civilit...

Wikipedia cofounder talks about Citizendium

Larry Sanger's answer to Wikipedia is a new online encyclopedia called Citizendium, which was launched to the public on Tuesday. Sanger, Citizendium's editor-in-chief and cofounder of Wikipedia, recently spoke to IDG publication, Computerworld U.S....

O'REILLY - Death threats result in cancelled talk

Prominent blogger Kathy Sierra cancelled a workshop she was scheduled to give today at O'Reilly's Emerging Technology Conference in San Diego and suspended her blog because of death threats she received on her blog and threats of violence posted on o...

LTU targets media firms with image-based search engine

As several companies look to develop a better way to cull through text based on the meaning of the keywords -- or a "Google killer" -- a maker of image-based search technology is moving to expand its potential customer base.

The widgetization of the Web

While the dot-com era focused squarely on aggregating data on the Internet, one of the most defining characteristics of Web 2.0 is the deconstruction of the Web into small, single-purpose applications called widgets or gadgets.

NewsGator to offer RSS feeds for enterprise uses

NewsGator Technologies Wednesday signed an agreement to resell /n Software's Real Simple Syndication feed-generation engine, which will allow its business users to access content from databases, business applications and spreadsheets via an RSS feed.

Tool will let Second Life residents rate one another

RatePoint on Monday plans to introduce a service that will allow residents of the Second Life online society to rate one another. The ratings promise to help them make better decisions about choosing who to socialize or do business with in the virtu...

Sending U.S. soldiers to a 'virtual Iraq'

A soldier is riding in a humvee convoy through what could be the tranquil Mojave Desert. Soon the vehicle is passing through a Middle Eastern city where the smell of exotic spices and cooked lamb waft through the truck as it rumbles past burned-out c...

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