Today was a pretty busy day in the tech world. Not only did we see the aftermath of Amazon’s and others’ decisions to pull features from their apps to avoid Apple’s rules for in-app purchases, but we were also treated to an old-fashioned bitchmeme about the state of tech blogging.
One interesting phenomenon of the rise of Google+ is also how it has reinvigorated MySpace founder Tom Anderson (a.k.a. MySpace Tom). Today, he wrote a good TechCrunch guest post about the things he learned at MySpace that could help Google+ in the long run.
You can find those stories – and many others – in the Pearltrees widget below.