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Apache Pulsar
Apache Pulsar is an open-source distributed pub-sub messaging system originally created at Yahoo and now part of the Apache Software Foundation.
pubsub  system  research  bus  software  opensource  messaging  distributed 
3 days ago by devnulled
g2g, brb, and what the loss of early MSN language means | Dazed
- interesting change in consumer behaviour as time spent online creeps upwards with the move towards ubiquitous connectivity
consumerbehaviour  ott  messaging  totwitter 
3 days ago by renaissancechambara
Chat is Google’s next big fix for Android’s messaging mess
A top-tier Android phone can cost upwards of a thousand dollars, and for that money, you’ll get some amazing features. It will have a stellar screen, top-flight camera, gobs of storage, and an absolutely atrocious texting experience.
google  android  messaging 
4 days ago by davebriggs
My iPhone Home Screen, 2018 Edition — MacSparky
It’s been awhile since I shared my home screen and since I finally shipped my iPhone Field Guide, this seemed the right time to share my iPhone home screen, 2018 edition.
Since getting the iPhone X, I’m still in love with the OLED display. I like it so much that I’ve been keeping a pure black background on my home screen since the iPhone X first released. 
The top row is my folders of apps. I’ve been using this system for some time, and I still think it’s the best, at least for me. Each folder has a verb for its name: Make, Learn, Fix, Play. Any app that doesn’t make the home screen cut goes into one of these folders. I just ask myself what I’d do with the app and put it in the appropriate folder. I use Siri or Spotlight to find most apps, not on the home screen but having this rough sort helps. I also really like keeping my phone to just one screen.
iphone  homescreen  MPU  email  safari  maps  podcast  audiobooks  music  sonos  messaging  twitter  slack  writing  notes_app  workflow  productivity  watch 
4 days ago by rgl7194
Fanout's Open Source Reverse Proxy Offers an API-Friendly Real-Time Data Push - The New Stack
The most popular applications have real-time user experiences. People expect to see their taxi cab moving on a map, to see live updates of their colleague’s edits to a document and to be notified instantly if their post is liked. But building the infrastructure for this is a hard problem, according to Justin Karneges, founder and CEO of Fanout.

The Mountain View, Calif.-based company’s push technology has been described as a cross between a reverse proxy and a message broker.
messaging  pubsub  api 
5 days ago by euler
Gchat could have saved Google the trouble of launching yet another messaging service. | Slate
- what this forgets is that GChat ended up having a lot of bots and spam accounts. For me it was worse than Skype or Yahoo! Messenger at the time. I could see business historians highlighting this as a lost opportunity in the story of Alphabet
alphabet  ott  messaging  totwitter 
5 days ago by renaissancechambara
If you just message “hi” and nothing else I assume I’m getting fired
“Communication styles online have unspooled way faster than anyone can make sense of them.”
behavior  insight  essay  etiquette  digital  messaging  tumblr 
6 days ago by eugenexxv
Exclusive: Chat is Google’s next big fix for Android’s messaging mess - The Verge
"Given how fractious the history has been here, I’m sort of impressed that Google got everybody to call this feature “Chat” instead of “AT&T super premium advanced messaging plus” or whatever. As of this writing, 55 carriers, 11 OEMs, and two operating system providers have all pledged to either adopt or switch over to the system."
google  messaging  telecoms  android  chat  dopost 
6 days ago by niksilver
Secure Messaging Apps Comparison | Privacy Matters
This site compares secure messaging apps from a security & privacy point of view. These include Facebook Messenger, iMessage, Skype, Signal, Google Allo.
messaging  messenger  privacy  security  app  2018  apps  Archive  chat  compared 
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