Everyone knows that Digg users are highly social and many are familiar with the traditional ranking of popular posts and other data that is available on digganalytics.com (data used in this post is as of 8/3/2008). Just for fun, I decided to toss this data into a spreadsheet and splice and dice it a bit […]
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Every once in a while Robert Scoble puts down the camera and writes an amazingly thought provoking blog post. Not a perfect post, but one that makes you think about the state of things. Scoble’s comparison of certain VCs to big companies struck a chord with me due a speech I’m working on. I’d like […]
According to this Click Z story…Jason Palmer and three other executives have left Webtrends. Since the company is doing well to the best of my knowledge – one might speculate that it had something to do with things other than revenue and profit. I only had one encounter with Jason Palmer, it was at my […]
Moderator: Greg Sterling, Founding Principal, Sterling Market Intelligence Marketing Speakers: Ian White, CEO, Urban Mapping Shawn Riegsecker, Chairman & CEO, Centro Justin Sanger, CEO, LocalLaunch Alfred Chow, Head, Yellowbook Justin Sanger, Local Launch I can’t help but get caught up in some of the hype. “Context galactic scale” – thanks Google. He then said, “Talking […]
Techcrunch, Alarm clock and even Jason Calacanis weighed in on David Sifry’s departure. Jason extrapolated into some things that I don’t agree with completely, except with his suggestion that Web 2.0 companies try to make a profit, but I’ll leave that alone for now. David Sifry today announced that he has stepped down as CEO […]
I thought you’d like to be aware of these, it’s interesting that they announed these almost simultaneously. Yahoo! to present at the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference and Thomas Weisel Partners Internet Digital Media Conference Terry Semel, Chairman and CEO, and Susan Decker, Executive Vice President, Head of Advertiser and Publisher Group and acting Chief Financial […]
The metrics, facts and figures that this blog invents (some of which look quite time consuming!) never cease to amaze me.) I hope to one day soon be provided with this type of data about some topics I think are fascinating.
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