Comments for en-gb 30 Sun 02 Aug 2015 08:32:11 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at Mark Clarke Nice to see both of these companies share the same designer as Twitter. Wed 11 Nov 2009 22:07:32 GMT+1 hackerjack Hmmm, I'm 26 and its not even the toughest in my living memory...--------------Funny I could have sworn the only other one in your life was 1991 and that was nowhere near this bad for the vast majority.Anyway, I am a huge fan of soundcloud, it provides an excelletn way of sharing single tracks of audio without having to load up the seveley bloated myspace pages that most bands now have (please Myspace, we only really want to see the player, gigs list and basic bio of a band, create a Lite version for heavens sake). It works really well for the sort of clips that no band would want to put on myspace (jams, demos, ideas etc.).Can't see Huddle making it though. Google does it all already for the small business, larger ones run their own sharepoints. Wed 11 Nov 2009 10:30:51 GMT+1 marek chodnik #3,Web applications are glitzy and exciting. Fashionable.Microprocessors, on the other hand, are ugly and boring. They're for those funny engineers to fiddle about with. Not good old tech journalists.You're very right, ARM has done some excellent work. The companies that Rory mentions are not only paling in insignificance, they wouldn't have caught anyone's attention without incessant glamour and artsy Web 2.0 apps. But then, that's what Silicon Valley is nowadays. A bunch of VC-loaded Facebook-Twitter addicts all vying for supremacy and user adoption. Mon 09 Nov 2009 21:43:13 GMT+1 El Rupester Web applications are important, and interesting.But if you are going to compare with Silicon Valley then how about a piece on Silicon compnies?ARM, CSR and Wolfson are significant players on the world stage today.Audium, Icera, picoChip and XMOS are all doing very exciting things; every bit as significant as any company you would find in Palo Alto. Mon 09 Nov 2009 16:58:54 GMT+1 AlexGraham "the toughest recession in living memory."Hmmm, I'm 26 and its not even the toughest in my living memory... Mon 09 Nov 2009 13:19:59 GMT+1 jon crowcroft Once upon a time there was a bbc micro. Now there are more ARM processors in the worldthan Intel PCs and there are also more phones runningSymbian OS than Apple iPhones (true this probably won't last forever, with Android, RIM's Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Palm's Pre and other newer systems gaining lots of ground)...the point is we should celebrate some HUGE UK succeses as well as these marvellous smart Internet companies. As well as Web 2.0 based and Cloud (e.g. Citrix' Xen system used by AMazon and Tescos), there's also a huge number of small CGI companies in the UK doing games and movies - just because they aren't household names doesn't mean we don't have a wonderful base of computing and it's more robust than having all your eggs in one giant Microsoft-sized basket:) Mon 09 Nov 2009 10:23:56 GMT+1