Monthly Archives: July 2007

facebook apps – here, there and everywhere

Facebook is quite the buzz these days in startup land especially since they opened up their app platform (something that those of us in online marketing have been begging for years for fwiw – hint, hint, wink, wink FIM).  For … Continue reading

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gnomedex – ready or not

Once I realized all my friends we’re going (McClure, Blodgett, etc.) – I just had to sign up for Gnomedex (probably best described as Blog Camp for those unfamiliar).  And the fact I don’t even have to travel also makes … Continue reading

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scoble’s right about microsoft and apple

Scoble’s right in his feedback about the recent adhoc iPhoneDevCamp recently down in the bay area and the lack of support from Apple.  Despite everything we’ve all grown to love to hate about Microsoft, if there is one it does … Continue reading

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valuations are for egos

Jeremy Liew started quite a discussion in the tech vc blogosphere with his post Asymetric risk and the danger of too high a valuation which was endorsed by Josh Koppelman and bashed by my fellow silicon alley alum Jason Calacanis and indirectly criticized by … Continue reading

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star wars geek love: very cool star wars site

With time to while feeding, holding and watching the new baby – I’ve been watching bits and pieces of the star wars films since all 6 episodes are available for free on comcast’s ondemand service this month.  This got me … Continue reading

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been busy having a new baby boy!

After two weeks of contractions, Matthew Bruce Sawicki finally decided to make his first official appearance.  Let’s hope he appreciates someday what he put his mom through! Once life settles down, I’ll be back to keeping up with this blog.  … Continue reading

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