Judging by the noise yesterday on memeorandum, everybody was talking about the Alexa API opening. Jeff Nolan and Brad Fled have two interesting posts on this new echo chamber effect where one (important but not unique) subject get's ALL the attention (ie more noise and less information).
This brings up another issue that blogs need to come to grips with, how to bring order and differentiation to the "room full of noise".
ALEXA (MAKE THAT AMAZON) LOOKS TO CHANGE THE GAME — (This will be updated when the service goes live, I was briefed and the embargo was 9 pm PST...) — Every so often an idea comes along that has the potential to change the game. When it does, you find yourself saying - "Sheesh, of course that was going to happen.
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