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Apple Sells Three Million iPads in 80 Days

June 24, 2010


Apple today announced that it sold its three-millionth iPad yesterday, just 80 days after the device’s U.S. introduction. “People are loving iPad as it becomes a part of their daily lives,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “We’re working hard to get this magical product into the hands of even more people around the world, including […]

Learning About Everything Under The ‘Cloud’

May 6, 2010


by Walter S. Mossberg / WSJ / AllThingsD The digital world loves to revel in its own jargon, and one of its most popular phrases today is “cloud computing.” You see the expression everywhere new uses for the Internet are discussed. But what do techies and companies mean when they refer to doing things in […]

Social Media Strategy for a Small Business –

April 25, 2010


Just as the Web allows small businesses to have a big online presence, social media gives small businesses a chance to stand out. Many small business executives are moving quickly to take advantage of the opportunity. When you and your customers know how to find each other, it’s time to join the conversation. But keep […]

The scariest pricing idea ever. That works. | The Freelancery

April 23, 2010


Here’s a pricing technique that sounds, at first, like the dumbest newbie move of all time. Call it ‘fill-in-the-blank’ invoicing. Or ‘pay what you want’ pricing. The notion is, you do the work first, then let the client decide how much to pay for it. I know, that sounds like a sure way to end […]

Is Facebook the new Internet?

April 22, 2010


Here’s a great post from Mark Cuban’s Blog Maverick dated today. “A question for you. When was the last time you surfed the net ? Can you remember when you just clicked around looking to discover new sites or a site to occupy your time ? Now ask yourself when was the last time you […]

John Doerr: The Next Big Thing

April 16, 2010


It’s hard to imagine that once there was no Internet. Just 15 years ago there was no browser, no web point-and-click. It was 1994, and Steve Jobs had left Apple. Steve was making Toy Story, and object-oriented software for Next. Then one day Bill Joy showed me a beta version of Mosaic, the FIRST web […]


April 7, 2010


I am undertaking to promote an updated business model-a 21st century approach-developing collaborative alliances between companies focused in a particular industry, area of interest or expertise. Via “social agreementing” the individual companies evolve to coalesce under the same tent in a newly organized collaborative joint venture. They literally re-group on a firm foundation for optimization […]