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The ATT business model must be based on the concept of over promise and under deliver. ATT has an “unlimited” data plan for its customers but warns them that it’s unlimited only until they reach their limit. When ATT customers … Continue reading
Motley Fool thinks Pinterest could knock FaceBook off its perch. When a better technology comes along, there is little cost for a consumer to switch – as they did, for example, from Yahoo! to Google around 2003. While Google+ was … Continue reading
This came to me as a shocker. I never would have expected it. Facebook users have peaked. Things on the internet seem to be moving much faster than we realize. Read the story here and here.
I hope Ed doesn’t get all apoplectic by the mention of something other than Apple products, but I am going to point you to this excellent review of the Asus EeePad Transformer. I’ve had other ASUS products in the past … Continue reading
Texas demands Amazon collect sales taxes. Amazon Leaves Texas. Texas really showed ’em, huh? More government wisdom in action. http://bsfootprint.com/government/amazoncom-complies-with-texas-law-gets-no-love
San Francisco approved a measure that granted Twitter a tax break. Twitter, among other companies, was considering leaving the city it San Fran taxes were not changed a bit. The supervisors recognized which side their bread was buttered on. Read … Continue reading
Both Google and Facebook are getting into areas that once was the private domain of the banks. Do you think the banks should worry? Facebook Inc. and Google Inc. are poised to go head to head with established financial services … Continue reading
Here is a video of a Japanese ship taking the tsunami wave head on. In a way, it is the same sensation as when I was out in a big surf, only much, much bigger.
This is not so much about Internet marketing as it is about the decline, or evolution of brick and mortar businesses. http://technologizer.com/2011/02/17/borders-bankruptcy/
Is Facebook really worth $50 billion? Apparently some investors think so. This Wall Street Journal article examines some of the numbers.