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Scott Rafer (winksite) and Luke Brynley-Jones (etribes) on cybersoc.com

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  • robinhamman
    Scott Rafer of winksite and Luke Brynley-Jones of e-tribes are today s guest bloggers on cybersoc.com. Scott writes primarily about AJAX - the way that XML and
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      Scott Rafer of winksite and Luke Brynley-Jones of e-tribes are today's guest bloggers on
      cybersoc.com. Scott writes primarily about AJAX - the way that XML and API's (think google
      maps or flickr mash-ups) are changing the web. Luke gives a personal account of his
      experiences launching a new blogging platform.

      Scott Rafer: http://www.cybersoc.com/2006/03/guest_blogger_s.html

      Scott Rafer is CEO of WINKsite.com and advisor to iUpload, Dogster, MyBlogLog, Delight,
      Digital Railroad and a couple other exploiters of the X in AJAX. Scott's been helping
      Internet users find "What's Right Now!" since 1998. He was most recently CEO of Feedster,
      the blog search engine and advertising network. Before Feedster, Scott co-founded
      WiFinder, the Wi-Fi hotspot directory; Fresher Information, a real-time search engine; and
      FotoNation, a creator of connected photography solutions. Before the dotcom boom, Rafer
      led the Internet products group at Kodak Hollywood, worked in investment banking at
      Needham & Company, and graduated from the Management of Technology program at
      UPenn. You can find Scott's blog at http://rafer.wirelessink.com

      Luke Brynley-Jones: http://www.cybersoc.com/2006/03/guest_blogger_l_1.html

      An online community consultant by trade, Luke Brynley-Jones has advised many of the
      UK's largest non-profits about their online communications. Part of the team behind
      etribes, he recently oversaw the launch of etribes Life - their new personal publishing
      service. This is Luke's personal view of the world behind the scenes of a social software
      start-up...
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