What a week! Skype gets acquired, Google launches RSS search and del.icio.us turns two. Lots of good web 2.0 stuff below.
TechCrunch has moved from our offices in Los Angeles to Atherton, right in the heart of silicon valley. We had a TechCrunch Meetup/bbq at our house/office in Atherton on Thursday and will have another one this Thursday, September 22, from 5 pm to about 10 pm (although last week I had to kick people out at 2 am). It’s an open event with lots of entrepreneurs and VCs attending. Invitation post and wiki will be up no later than Tuesday. But keep you calendars open.
Listal, SoloSub, Fooky, Feedburner (update), Feedster (update), Wikipedia (update), Facebook, WSFinder, Microsoft, Skype (update), Searchfox, Zimbra, Juicy Fruit, Google Blog Search, Meebo, Yahoo Instant Search, Last.fm, Loomia (update), NetVibes, Odeo (update), Pluck (update), Flock (update), Measure Map (update), Memeorandum
We won the desktop. We won the server. We will win the Web. We will move fast, we will get there. We will win the Web.
Molly writes that Mr. Ballmer’s attitude is “deplorable” and says:
The Web belongs to everyone. The Webâ€™s core vision and value is to be platform independent. Microsoft has no right to think it can win a tool that is for the people, of the people, and ultimately – by the people.
The comments to her post are great as well.
This has been all over the blogospere this week, but I think the first to post it was Seth Levine (borrowing it from the New Yorker).
To me, this is a handy reminder not to take ourselves too seriously as bloggers. Woof!