Monthly Archives: July 2007

OMG – FACEBOOK IS DOWN!!!! Scoble and McClure might go into Convulsions!

I hope McClure and Scoble aren’t going through withdrawal ;-)  Jason Calacanis is probably relieved. UPDATE: It wasn’t just me as CNET reported here.

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valleywag calls it – facebook is the new microsoft

Valleywag – one of my favorite daily tech reads (please owen start covering the scene here in seattle) – posts what I believe a lot of folks are wondering – is facebook the new microsoft?  Facebook is following the Microsoft … Continue reading

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Did the Casual Games Association out Peter Moore?

As an advisor to the Casual Games Association (CGA), I was really looking forward to Peter’s keynote at this week’s Casual Connect conference here in Seattle (essentially THE business show for the casual gaming business).  Well on Tuesday, we learn … Continue reading

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techcrunch buys inviteshare – match made in heaven

Congrats to TechCrunch on their purchase of InviteShare.  Given Mike and TC’s ties to startup land and their ability to wrangle invites for betas for their readers it makes a ton of sense.  I tried InviteShare after reading about it … Continue reading

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harry potter and the deathly hallows spoilers (you are warned)

I have a friend who downloaded a copy of the newest harry potter book and let me just say if its a hoak its amazing.  If its the real thing that’s an amazing amount of dedication as those files my … Continue reading

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loomia gets big customer win – wsj.com

Loomia (the startup I’ve been working with and running their marketing) announced a huge customer win yesterday with the announcement of Dow Jones as a customer.  Loomia is now serving recommendations to the WSJ.com providing recommendation under the header of … Continue reading

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are you kidding me? no search in google reader, huh?

I recently switched to using google reader (google’s rss reader – to which I can’t believe newgator still charges for their rss reader a serious but separate are you kidding me but that’s an aside).  What pushed me over the … Continue reading

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wesabe – so much hype, so disappointed

There has been quite a bit of buzz for wesabe - a personal financial management web 2.0 service – since they raised their vc round which included fred wilson of union sq. ventures.  Given the rave reviews I figured I might … Continue reading

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scoble’s right again – facebook apps need some work

Scoble beat me to the punch today with his post lamenting on how many apps on facebook just don’t work.  I had the same experience playing with a bunch of apps over the past few days.  And looking at my … Continue reading

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appaholic – the facebook app billboard

another thing – thanks for dave mcclure for pointing this out for me today – great resource for fb app research – appaholic.com – check it out.

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