UPS – Not Customer Focused

Today’s WSJ Journal talks about UPS software. Well, I actually consider UPS to not be customer focused and in need of resetting it’s priorities. What I mean is that the person being shipped to is the ultimate customer not the shipper. The person receiving the package is the one paying for both the shipping and your salary and is […]

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Yahoo! Messenger is Down

Many sites in blogosphere are lit up like a Christmas trees this evening with complaints of Yahoo! Messenger being down. What gives?

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Inflated Homeowner Appraisals – WSJ Article

Now that the housing market has finally turned we learn that many of the loans were written on questionable valuations of housing once people try to refinance those outrageous nuclear no money down interest only loans. And the LTV’s (loan to values) are now inverted almost across the board on these loan types. The article […]

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Nissan Pulls New Zealand Ad, Loses Opportunities for Buzz

Nissan pulled a racy ad in New Zealand. “Japanese car maker Nissan said Friday it has pulled a raunchy commercial starring ”Sex and the City” actress Kim Cattrall from New Zealand television after complaints over its content. Cattrall, who played the sex-obsessed, promiscuous Samantha Jones in the HBO series, appears in the ad purring with […]

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Google Blog Post: Findings on Invalid Clicks – Earnings Call Summary

Shuman Ghosemajumder, Business Product Manager, Trust and Safety posted a blog entry about a 47-page report filed by a Dr. Alexander Tuzhilin in a Texarkana court today. It’s good to see the transparency and postings of these findings, however it’s posting on a Friday afternoon won’t get good news cycle coverage. The only thing I […]

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Dell Blog – Still Waiting for USB Port Shortage Acknowledgement

As I posted on Easton Ellsorth’s blog, the emerging future of corporate blog leadership should likely be: LISTEN – to other blogosphere posts ACKNOWLEDGE ISSUES – by linking to the post and talk only about how that issue is being addressed LISTEN AGAIN – to all feedback ANSWER – include a we hear you and […]

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