A few blog snippets:
The guys at Ning, which you can use to create your own social network on anything, have realised how important linking in to Facebook has become. The've just released a new feature for Network Creators where you can add the ability for your members to promote videos, music, podcasts, and photos from your network to Facebook with one-click. I'll be using that for London Wiki Wednesdays.
On Ross Mayfield's blog, he's picked up on a post that Julian Harris wrote following the last London Wiki Wednesday and the wisdom of crowds. Ross brings in his power law of participation curve, from a recent presentation, to highlight the difference between Collective Intelligence and Collaborative Intelligence. He goes on to talk about extending wikis to help turn to turn weak signals into strong signposts.
And lastly, something to make you laugh. Dennis just commented that he looked a bit of a slob on the YouTube video he did for Loic on LeWeb 3. I'm afraid I missed most of the start of what Den was saying imagining him next to Caroline Aherne of the Royle Family. I think we've found the Ricky Tomlinson of the web 2.0 world. (Sorry Den!)