Browsing articles from "December, 2007"
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2007

Vacation Time!

Yes friends, after many months of 20 hour work days I have decided that it’s time to recharge my batteries. I will be traveling from the beginning of the month until  mid January. During this time I will have limited internet access so I will have to try to survive without posting on my blog, without Facebook, […]

On January 19th I am hosting my Blonde 2.0 Birthday Celebration. This is my humble celebration with all my online and offline friends. I am inviting my offline friends (yes, there are a few of those :-)) along with my Facebook friends and blog readers. That’s you guys. So if you happen to be in the Tel […]

I wanted to let you all know that I currently have an unlimited number of invitations to MeeMix. So if anyone would like to receive an invite, please just leave a comment below. For those of you who don’t yet know MeeMix, it is a personalized internet radio community which aims at identifying individual taste and taste prediction in music […]

Barak Hachamov has written a fascinating post regarding our gradual metamorphosis into digital beings as more and more of our every day activities occur in our virtual worlds. Unfortunately since the post is in Hebrew, many of you will not be able to read it so I wanted to share its key ideas with you. […]

Do you have a small startup with insufficient funds for a QA department? Or perhaps you work in a large hi tech company with an under-utilized QA staff when waiting for versions to test or over-extended when a new version comes? A new service called uTest can provide you with a solution. uTest introduces the first […]

I have recently added the “Friends For Sale” application on Facebook and I’m lovin’ it. At first I noticed a lot of bugs. According to the developers this was due to an overload on their servers. Now the application seems to be working smoothly. “Friends For Sale” allows you to buy and sell your friends. Once you’ve bought […]

Dan Ackerman Greenberg, co-founder of viral video marketing company The Comotion Group, had recently written a guest post on TechCrunch regarding the strategies his company uses to promote his clients’ videos online. He writes: “Have you ever watched a video with 100,000 views on YouTube and thought to yourself: “How the hell did that video get so […]

The Web 2.0 “bubble” had it coming…hilarious Silicon Valley music video by the Richter Scales. Technorati tags: web 2.0, web 2.0 bubble, song, silicon valley, music video, richter scales

The next Oliver Stone movie?         Technorati tags: facebook, conspiracy theory, user privacy, privacy policy, oliver stone