Web Overload?Rob Hof
As I've been looking into what seems like an endless stream of new Web sites and services, I admit to feeling overwhelmed. I've been living on MyYahoo for years, easy enough. I'm getting the hang of various RSS feed aggregators. I've tossed a line into the podcasting pool with Odeo. But now that I'm trying out even newer stuff like Skype, Mercora, iTunes, instant messaging--and oh yeah, Flickr, Grouper, and many more--I've hit some kind of limit. I just can't DO any more. It's embarrassing how many Web-connected applications remain .exe installation files on my Windows desktop.
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