Stories for Jul. 20, 2007

I can’t help it. Even though Safari has a nicer looking UI, and the most recent Windows update is leaking memory like a sieve, I keep running Firefox as my primary Web browser. Why? Because no other browser has managed to give me anything like the […] Read more »

At 12:01 a.m. on Saturday the last in the Harry Potter heptalogy will be released. And it looks like they might catch the guy who supposedly leaked the latest Harry Potter installment online. I for one am planning on reading Deathly Hallows with the sweet 3D […] Read more »

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If you have been following the drama around the 700 MHz wireless spectrums, then you know a lot of mud has been flung around by all parties involved: FCC’s Kevin Martin, The Google Camp, Frontline Wireless, and of course the incumbents, AT&T and Verizon. They are […] Read more »

The past couple of weeks I’ve been really missing the Sony U71 (don’t worry Ron, I’m not going to ask for it back).  I have spent quite some time trying to figure out why, after all I have no shortage of cool gadgets to play with […] Read more »

Not since Purple Rain has Minnesota been so artfully chronicled in motion pictures as it is on Minnesota Stories, which celebrated its second blogiversary this week. A daily videoblog, it features all sorts of great content from, in, and about the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes. […] Read more »

In an apparent attempt to earn even less money than they do now, Hollywood writers, long at loggerheads with studio execs over contract terms, might start jumping into the notoriously fickle online media marketplace once their contract terms expire. Hello frying pan. Meet the fire. Screenwriters […] Read more »

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BusinessWeek put together a fantastic and informative article on Nokia yesterday: what a great read this morning. Although I’ve used the loaner N80 and N800, I really don’t know much about Nokia’s history or business model and this brief read was very enlightening. The beginning focuses […] Read more »

If you’ve been waiting for a cheaper way to become one of the UMPC anointed you better hit Woot! up pretty fast.  They have refurbished Samsung Q1s up for grabs for just $650.  These refurbished units come with a 90 day warranty and have these specs: […] Read more »

Australian incumbent Telstra has launched BigPond TV — a mobile TV for its Next G 3G customers. If there’s one thing that can be said about… Read more »

While bloggers are just one of many types of web workers, any web worker can start a blog. And even if blogging isn’t what you hope to do for a living, it might be a smart idea to get one going … because if used correctly, […] Read more »

Yeah, sorry, I don’t really know how to title this little trick. Let me see if I can set this up so it’s clear what you’ll be looking at, before you actually look. (Or you can skip me stumbling over myself and just watch it anyway…) […] Read more »

Would love to meet as many of you at the Proto event in Chennai. I’ll be there for the event in IIT Madras tomorrow so feel free to email me… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 19, 2007

That’s the name CBS has given to its digital strategy: no exclusive, tying up and syndicating with everyone who shows up (well, within certa… Read more »

Et tu, Google? Yahoo’s stock sank following its Tuesday earnings report, as did eBay Wednesday despite some signs that revenue and profit growth are looking up. But I can’t think of anyone who was expecting Google to disappoint Wall Street with its second-quarter numbers. And yet […] Read more »

Everyone founder knows they need to “talk to customers” and “get customer feedback” before they get too far. The other day on FOUND|READ “Wil Schroter pointed out”: that you should talk to customers as one of the first five things to do. What’s less well understood […] Read more »

[qi:036] Moo of London, which makes quirky business cards is adding customized stickers to its line up of product offerings. Upload images direct or import from your favourite photo site or social network, and they will create a MOO’s StickerBook allows you to produce 90 different […] Read more »

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