Jakob Nielsen: "Small websites get less traffic than big ones, but they can still dominate their niches. For each question users ask, the Web delivers a different set of sites… Read more »
Tony Perkins, owner of AlwaysOn, displays the kind of arrogance we would find irritating from a winner, but given Red Herring’s track record, it’s downright laughable. Maybe Henry (disclosure: a… Read more »
It’s nice to see Alan listen and take notice. Many bloggers – including me – rant and vent at will, so that’s not really the issue here. The point is,… Read more »
Alan Meckler really gets how *not* to write a corporate blog. Let’s see: Disparaging the competition for silly reasons. Claiming to be a leader when it’s obvious you’re jumping on… Read more »
Dan Gillmor: "Denton doesn’t want to make too big a deal of it, but I think he’s onto something important. He’s pushing the boundaries of niche journalism in logical ways,… Read more »
Udi Manber, former chief scientist at Yahoo, moved to Amazon. He probably got bored working for a mass media company, and Amazon is an interesting place to do applied software… Read more »
Good interview, where Bezos’ financial background is apparent in his reasoning.
Industry Standard: "After last week’s purchase of travel site Expedia, the holdings of this Internet believer are starting to look like a convergence empire." It didn’t occur to me that… Read more »
Yahoo: "The Internet Commerce Group, consisting of Ticketmaster.com, HSN.com, Hotel Reservations Network and Match.com, generated $39 million EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, debt and appreciation) on $182 million in revenue… Read more »
Since Jeff Bezos lost so much money on the stock market this year, help a poor billionaire and purchase something on his wish list, or read his reviews.