Nice piece from Fred Wilson on online aggregators

I just came across this mini-rant by Fred Wilson in my feed reader and couldn’t agree more. His key point: “Aggregation is the central element of distributing content on the web. It’s not going to get shut down by calling these services names, suing them, or even worse taking your content out of them. The continue…

Calling all iPhone Developers

I’m trying to get smarter about how new iPhone apps are discovered by users, and what strategies developers are using to promote their apps on and off the App Store. If you’re a developer with at least one app in the App Store, please take a minute to complete this survey. As soon as I continue…

Book Review: The Post-American World

I just put down Fareed Zakaria’s The Post-American World and couldn’t leave the house without knocking out a quick endorsement. If you’re even the least bit interested in the changing role of America in the world it’s a must-read. Zakaria’s analysis of China and India as societies, economies and political actors is concise, lucid and continue…

The Mobile Web: Echoes of Web 1.0?

This past Sunday’s New York Times triggered a flashback for me with a story (in the Styles section, no less) titled: The iPhone Gold Rush. I was around for the first Internet boom and keep seeing parallels between the current mobile web feeding frenzy and what happened back in the late ’90’s. A couple of continue…

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Website 4 Sale! EZ Monee! Work From Home!

If you’ve been following the Askablogr saga, this is the final chapter. I’ve had a ton of fun with the project and it was a useful conversation-started in the early days of Founders Co-op, but I’ve gotten too busy to give it much love and don’t think about it except once a month when I continue…