All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Pipes’
Winter weather often means frozen pipes and thanks to the recent polar vortex, thousands of people across the country are without water because their pipes are frozen. Meteorologists warned of a huge winter storm, but many people did not have time to prepare for it and failed to take the necessary precautions to prevent their pipes from freezing. Utility crews …
I haven’t seen many comparisons yet of the new Mashup Editors so Jay Neely’s stuck out when he told me about it today. He compares Yahoo Pipes to Microsoft’s PopFly and also does an early analysis of Google’s Mashup Editor.
How about you? Have you tried any of the new RSS Mashup Editors? What do you think of them?
Google’s confirming publicly that they believe the current Internet may become choked by online video. This is related to a barrier to Google’s growth — one of the only serious ones — that has been nagging at me for some time: globally, they don’t own the pipes. Big utility monopolies still hold a lot of cards around the world. The smart money would likely partner with them.
Only hours after launching its new feeds meets mashup service, Yahoo Pipes has become clogged and is no longer online.
We’re waiting to hear back from Yahoo about the Pipes service vanishing from the Internet.
(UPDATE!: 5:40 pm ET – We just heard back from Yahoo, and this is their statement on the state of Yahoo Pipes:
What is the most important part of your online business? Many people would say: “my website”. And that’s understandable – it’s the most visible part of an internet business.