Posted by Ryan on 19. Jul, 2006
Netscape wants to buy Digg users.
Desperation? Sounds like Netscape didn’t get the quick results they were hoping for after they launched their Digg copy.
Posted by Ryan on 13. Jul, 2006
The H.A.M.B. Alliance launched last week and I couldn’t be happier with how well it has progressed. Not only have we had a ton of loyal users buy into the group, but we’ve had an amazing reaction from vendors that would like to get involved. This little idea, which was spawned from hours of conversations with [...]Read more
Posted by Ryan on 26. Jun, 2006
The third version of Digg launched today and was welcomed by this article from John Dvorak.
My take? Digg is a brilliant implementation of social thinking with a simple pitfall: A total lack of human moderation. Social tools like Digg are wonderful at bubbling consumable content to the top (in this case the homepage), but when the masses feel as [...]
Posted by Ryan on 13. Jun, 2006
By now everyone has heard about Om Malik and his recent venture. It’s pretty comforting to see so much confidence in an arena that we have been playing in for so long. It was while reading Malik’s announcement that I stumbled upon another article he wrote about micro publishing. Inspiring.Read more
One of the dominating themes to the Atomic Network is our absolute dedication to serving our users and their needs. This isn’t just a fluffy marketing pitch. We hold fast in our beliefs that under many conditions communities are often smarter than the smartest people within them. We follow some basic rules:
- The diversity of [...]
One of the great assets of the properties within the Atomic Network is the feeling of accountability that lingers through each community. Sure there are some anonymous folks and even some that cause trouble, but as a whole our communities are safe harbors for people looking to teach and learn. This is mostly because of [...]Read more
It’s been a long time since we updated the Atomic Industry web site. We just get so darned busy building our community portfolio that we end up neglecting our corporate presence. Them before us – It happens… Well, it’s time for some changes around these parts and this web site has a bright future.
What can [...]Read more
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