Vindigo is another company set to digitize the real world. They have sort of smart wireless yellow pages for the major US cities, with walking directions and other practical information on… Read more »
Of course, the only thing that would give back some meaning to owning a TV is not for sale here in France. Every site I see is Tivo this, Tivo… Read more »
I wanted to post an idea on a new idea marketplace but the submission process uses a stupid screening system and the link to go to manual submission is broken…. Read more »
Dreamcast sales climb on eve of troubled PlayStation 2 launch Not only we Europeans will get the PS2 after Japan and the US, but we’ll get to pay 30% more to… Read more »
Distribution: unashamed, unapologetic linkslutting will build a leveraged network of highly visible partners for free! Now that’s a customer acquisition cost structure you can’t beat.
Andrew Goodman – Context Providers Add Texture to your Surf Will these surf assistants be a solution to the people vs. publishers question? Since the Deepleap demise (I learnt about… Read more »
Stupid movie studios and record companies really seem eager to lose my business. Since I’m fed up being treated like an unter-consumer, what with paying 1.5x the US price for 2… Read more »
There are people on the web I’ve found durably interesting to listen to. How do I keep track of what they’re saying? Spyonit offers a way to track changes on pages of interest…. Read more »
This article gave me an idea for a new blog but debunk.com is already registered. Oh, I do “wish there were product recalls for bad information.” Update from the 2010s:… Read more »
Clay Shirky has his own site so I don’t need Business 2.0 after all.