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About Ken Yarmosh

Ken Yarmosh is a consultant who helps organizations get the most out of their technology investments. He works with technology users and creators across various industries, focusing on technology education and strategy. With over 7 years IT experience, Ken has worked with small businesses, non-profits, federal agencies, and multi-million dollar companies. His online efforts include acting as the Editor for the Corante Technology Hub and authoring the TECHNOSIGHT blog.
NSA Wiretaps, MySpace, and Virtual Surveillance

Earlier this week, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales faced questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee, in regards to legitimacy of the Bush Administration’s NSA wiretapping surveillance program.

Yahoo! and Digg – Sign of the Times or Big Rumor

As you can well see, I stay away from the rumor mill both here and at the Corante Web Hub. So when everyone got in on the Yahoo! buying Digg talk, I steered clear.

The State of Search 2.0

How useful is search for you? I’m more than dissatisfied with it.

The Smokescreen of Google.cn

In a political climate of exceptional partisanship, conservatives and liberals, Republicans and Democrats, have found common ground in the strangest of places – the Internet.

The Frustrations of a Disconnected Digital Life

I’m a stickler for organization and orderliness. That’s why my online (and more generally my tech) life is propelling me to a digital breakdown.

Interview with Sproutit CEO Charles Jolley

I first came across Sproutit via Web 2.0 Central and was immediately intrigued by the blurb I read:

Web 2.0 – Knowledge Collection

In the case of the Web 2.0 Watermill, there are primarily four areas where technology is beginning to facilitate a vastly improved Internet: knowledge collection, knowledge discovery, knowledge building, and knowledge sharing.

Small Businesses Need to Harness the Internet

I’ve just been too swamped to call in for my small business Ultimate Small Business Marketing System over the last two courses.

Giving Blogbeat a Try

Brian Benzinger’s post on Blogbeat prompted me to give it a try. I’ve disabled MeasureMap for the time being.

Network Neutrality – Itll Make Your Head Hurt

“How ya gonna keep em down on the farm After they’ve seen Paree”

Opportunities 2006 – Usefulness

2006 is going to be a year where the creators of web technology have the opportunity to make their services better in terms of integration, usability, and usefulness.

My Story – On Learning about Blogs

2005 was an incredible year for me. Six months ago, I was “working for the man” and now, I am trying “to be the man.”

Details of Arringtons Edgeio Released

According to this piece on MercuryNews.com, Edgeio is

DC 2.0 Launches

Silicon Valley isn’t the only place where the Web 2.0 digerati can have fun.

Opportunities 2006 – Usability

2006 is going to be a year where the creators of web technology have the opportunity to make their services better in terms of integration, usability, and usefulness.

FeedDigest and RapidFeeds

It seems my friends at FeedDigest are having some scalability issues – most likely due to their popularity.

Roll Your Own Firefox Search Engine

Dave Pell was nice enough to give me a heads up on Rollyo’s new simplified means to create customized Firefox Search Engines.

Anonymity, Identity, and the Internet

When it comes to the recent amendment, regarding a change to make anonymity and online annoyance a federal crime, I’m not sure why there is such a the big fuss.

Goodbye, SearchFox

Unfortunate for me, one of my favorite Web 2.0 applications – SearchFox RSS – is going away. I received an email from Esteban Kozak, which read:

7 Ways to Avoid Blogging Burnout

A quote often attributed to Robert Frost reads, “If there is no discovery for the writer, there is none for the reader.

Opportunities 2006 – Integration

2006 is going to be a year where the creators of web technology have the opportunity to make their services better in terms of integration, usability, and usefulness.

Call it What You Want, the Web is Changing

The tech blogosphere is troubling lately. Lots of echoes, as seen by the Yahoo! acquisition.

Web 2.0 Powering Verticals

Take a quick survey of the ever changing Web 2.0 landscape and you will notice that the most successful services have two key elements.

Why Web 2.0 Matters to your Business – First Steps

Here is my first post in my new series on why “Web 2.0″ matters to your business.