Obviously, people like lists. The problem is that if people do not end up on the list they get upset. This week’s installment of “you forgot about me!” is started by Robert Scoble. He posted a list of “tech” people that he considered the most interesting on FriendFeed. I know I complained at first as […]

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In Jason Calacanis‘ latest newsletter that is not a blog, he makes what sounds like an outlandish suggestion: 50-80% of the venture-backed startups currently operating will shut down or go on life-support (i.e. 3-4 folks working on them) within the next 18 months. Anyone who has read much on startups and small businesses will realize […]

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What an interesting news day! Everyone knew that the gPhone was being announced, but that is not what I am talking about today. At the TechStars demo day, it was announced that Automattic acquired IntenseDebate. This was unexpected. It is also news that creates a very interesting situation, because Disqus, the other major blog commenting […]

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Everyone has written a post about Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere report. There have been arguments on whether blogging is really mainstream or whether it is not. There are additional comments on whether blogging is just powered by things like WordPress and Blogger, or does it include Twitter and FriendFeed. People are getting caught up […]

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Image by libraryman via Flickr When you have moved as much as my wife and I have, you get used to dreadful customer service. Moving requires you to call your cable company, telephone company, utility companies, and any other company that requires a physical mailing address. Because a lot of their customers move at some […]

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