Archive | January, 2007

Mobile Phone Usage Creates Economic Growth in Developing Nations

This interesting article discusses it. A real good read that certainly reframes some perceptions. When you read it one thing becomes clear, countries with legacy infrastructure are likely to not adopt as quickly as demand is not as urgent. The ultimate effects of this are not yet fully clear but I think it’s an important […]

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The Praise for Youtube Revenue Sharing – All for Nothing?

Scoble and others (notice the post alludes to experimentation in monetization) are talking about how great it is that Google is sharing Youtube revenue with content uploaders. As you will recall, after I made my top 10 unanswered questions post, I later asked if Youtube was truly a business at all. So I wondered if […]

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Mobile Analyst Watch Blog

John Sun puts together a nice aggregation of mobile news on a daily basis that I’ve added to my feed reader. You should check it out!

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Google Backlink Update?

Based on the results for my site, it appears that Google recently updated the backlinks. Go have a look at yours!

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Title Tag Changes

You’ll notice I’ve made some title tag changes. Rand Fiskin has a great post on title tags that made me rethink mine. Good reading. Rand is truly one of the most unique and well liked people in the search community.

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Techcocktail3 is Thursday in Chicago

Techcocktail 3 (RSVP required) is Thursday night! It’ll be nice to see Frank Gruber, Eric Olson, Matt McCall, other venture capitalists, angel funding sources and high growth start ups changing the web scene. It’s a great opportunity to talk with people and seek relationships of partnership, introductions I’m looking for: 1) Angel or Venture Capital […]

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WSJ Writes Unfavorable Yahoo! Article

Kevin Delaney wrote a Wall Street Journal article today that rips on Yahoo! for the way it is handling the conversion to customers. This flies in the face of all the articles and public opinion I’ve witnessed in person and online. I’m starting to think the Wall Street Journal is a bit guilty of bashing […]

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