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Amazing People at Gnomedex 6.0

Gnomedex just completed and it was amazing to be able to talk to so many great people. Here are my photos: http://flickr.com/photos/22934632@N00/ I was lucky enough to have great discussion with some smart people: Marc Canter, Chris Pirillo, Robert Scoble, Michael Arrington, Dave Winer, Niall Kennedy, Ben Elowitz, Clay Cook, Richard Giles, Kevin Keating, Beth […]

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Relevance is everything

Anyone who creates products or works at internet companies definitely needs to watch this video. Seth Godin is a leader in creating a connection between a company and it’s customers.  I don’t want to call it marketing, but a replacement for marketing.  At it’s heart, this is a way to: a) Be able to get […]

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Unified RSS Feed Store on the client

I’m attending gnomedex for the first time and it is very eye opening. Marc Canter from PeopleAggregator is pushing hard to unify services, which I’ll discuss in my next blog post. One technology that already exists is the RSS Feedstore that IE7 will install on Windows XP.  (It is included in Windows Vista)  This will […]

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Yahoo’s Strategy

Yahoo had their analyst day which covered their strategy. Read/WriteWeb posted about the event here, which I’ve summarized below. Yahoo’s Big Bets for the Next 5 Years 1. Next Generation Experience –> a.k.a. a customer focus, the user experience 2. Monetization 3. Platforms 4. Beyond the Browser – a particular focus on Yahoo Go and […]

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Web 2.0, Data Mining, and Privacy

I’ve been looking into Web 2.0 business models lately.  One set of those business models is for a company to grock data from databases or users — and then to aggregate the data into new reports or views that aren’t available elsewhere.  They range from useful to scary and here are a few interesting ones… […]

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