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April 9, 2008

What Happened To “Fake It Until You Make It”?

Our friend Michael Gray had decided to jump into the Shel Israel/Loren Feldman mêlée and offer up his two cents in a post that asks Are You More Entertaining Than A Sock Puppet. I’m a fan of Michael’s but I am not a fan of this post. Sorry, Michael, I just don’t agree. On virtually […]




July 11, 2007

Squidoo, Supplemental Results & Twitter Twittering

Where Art Though Squidoo Lenses? Dude, where’s Squidoo? Has Jason Calacanis finally won? Say it ain’t so. Jason Calacanis has been bellyaching over the spam issues at Squidoo for months (we’re sure it has nothing to do with him wanting attention for Mahalo. No. That would be unlike him), and Squidoo seemed to be paying […]




January 9, 2007

Google: Your Friend, Enemy or “Frenemy”

The LA Times has a timely interview with David Eun, Google’s vice president of content partnerships (aka television, movies, publishing and local-media industries) where he talks about Google’s developing relationship with content partners and why Google’s your friend, not your "frenemy". [That term couldn’t be made more annoying if they tried. It’s worse than Web […]




August 11, 2006

Friday Recap SES Party Recap

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Aaaaand we’re back. I hope you enjoyed our San Jose session coverage this week. Since I spent the week traveling and running around the SES Convention Center like the crazed blogger I am, I wasn’t able to delve in my feeds to collect the usual Friday Recap goodies. But don’t be sad, I present you […]




March 24, 2006

Floating inanimate objects? And this is a Google beta?

If you’ve been using Google Local in the past week or two you may have noticed the little coffee cups perking up all over the map. No, your de-caffeinated brain wasn’t playing tricks on you. We saw them too. According to Shimon Sandler, its all part of Google’s new beta, reportedly nicknamed GeoAds. The AJAX-enabled, […]




March 8, 2006

Google Cover Up Revealed! Meet Google CL2!

It’s coming – just not anytime soon. Michael Arrington of TechCrunch got his lucky hands on some ‘leaked screenshots’ of Google Calendar, currently nicknamed CL2. The site was experiencing some technical difficulties this morning (sparking office speculation of a Google cover up!) but it seems to be up and running just fine now (foiled!). Early […]




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