Archive for Month: November 2008

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With the Holidays Comes Reason to Have Confidence

If you listened to the talking heads last week, you knew that everyone was holding their breath waiting to find out just how bad black friday sales were going to be. If you listen to the so-called experts, there was no reason for hope and the holiday shopping season would […]

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Bubble, bubble, bubble – In Private Equity not Web 2.0 (Classic)

This is the first in an ongoing “Venture Files Classics” written by former Venture Files Editor Steven Fisher. The selections are chosen for historical reference as well as a notorious ability to be right. The original post from January 12 of 2007 can be found here Being a serial entrepreneur […]

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WordPress Consulting Extravaganza: One Day Only

Forgive the marketing speak, but I’ve decided to do something that really is a special deal. I get inquiries everyday asking me questions about WordPress from “How to setup a category based structure for my blog?” to “What are the most essential plugins I need for my blog?” If I […]

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MobilePress Allows Readers to Read On the Go

As a fan of all things mobile, I have been continually frustrated by websites that do not render a mobile friendly version of their sites. Let’s be honest, I’ve been frustrated by me not rendering a mobile friendly version. As a Blackberry user, I’ve been tormented by the inadequacy of […]

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Consumer Confidence Building Exercise for Black Friday

In the comments below, please itemize what you bought today for Christmas. Comments will remain open until Monday and, although I’d like you to identify yourself, I also don’t want to give Christmas or other Holiday gifts away… so feel free to be anonymous. Just be honest and open. Tell […]

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Indecency in Common Areas (or how Twitter advertising schemes will get you canned)

The National Mall in DC is a fantastic place for everyone. It is often bustling with tourists from around the United States and around the world. The draw of taxpayer-supported Smithsonian museums, wide open space for people to walk, or eat, or socialize and beautiful scenery of the center of […]

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Doing the Most Good Means Smart Economics

There’s an old saying that goes something along the lines of, “When life gets good, throw a party” and that seems to be a mentality that translates to business today. Mainly the web business, if we’re talking about literal parties. No good web conference, un-conference or social-media laden city goes […]

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The Xbox Experience: A Great Improvement That Still Lacks

Microsoft is clearly getting hipper with their offerings. The company that has been notoriously committed to offline products, like their Windows operating System and productivity suite, Microsoft Office, to the detriment of their online offerings seems to definitely be moving into the internet space more. They are, in fact, trying […]

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Verizon Wireless Bombs on the Blackberry Storm Launch, And I Need to Talk to Them

Quick post here to make a request for contact inside Verizon Wireless. The reasons are simple. Yesterday, they along with Blackberry manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) bombed the much-hyped Blackberry Storm launch. Speculations by Boy Genius Report seem legitimate – that Verizon implemented a downgrade on the phone operating system […]

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5 Things I Learned from Nuclear Winter

Nuclear Winter. It’s the time period after a holocaust that can last for hundreds of years, making the surrounding landscape around ground zero uninhabitable due to radiation. It is the death of life and the birth of a new holocaustic life. We’ve never actually had an actual nuclear winter on […]

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