Twitter advertising has been a controversial topic for some time. Initially, people hated the idea of advertising by people they follow. The controversy initially started with IZEA and their SponsoredTweets as well as Magpie and Ad.ly. Mostly, people hated the idea, but there was no denying that popular Twitter users could make some significant money […]

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Twitter has been on the minds of bloggers again. It started with Fred Wilson telling developers to do more than fill holes in Twitter. I’ve been thinking a lot about the Twitter Platform and Ecosystem recently. I think it is at an inflection point, much like the desktop software and hardware business was in the […]

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I had been planning to write this post for months, but I never got around to filling in the details. However, Louis Gray wrote about the difficulty of learning to program for all of the different platforms. I figured that it was the perfect setup to this post. Louis explains the problem nicely: While in […]

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While we see the iPad garnering much attention during its official launch, Android fans are rejoicing. Given how many good reviews there have been for the iPad, this may sound kind of strange. However, sometimes being second best can still be the basis for a fantastic business. I call this the “Burger King Phenomenon”, where […]

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You will probably read enough about Apple today, that I decided to go a completely different direction. Today I am going to talk about Google and all of their applications. Because, if Google really wants to become our main web application provider, then they need to become more consistent. I am talking about consistency in […]

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