Fuzzy Math few IPO's
The NYTimes and the Seattle PI are posting that Silicon Valley is awash is dollars, with few consumers, in a repeat of the Dot Com bubble.
Multiple Vendors Multiple Prices
Interesting conversation with people over hiring practices, and the problems when too many vendors are chasing too few job positions...
Vista Sales Way Down, or Are They?
In not surprising news, the actual numbers on Vista Sales are being released, and CNet got the scoop on the whole thing.
Many reasons why Microsoft is Not Doomed
We are not Microsoft fanboys, nor are we Linux fanboys, so there is no particular stake here at all, yet we just have to rebut the idea of...
The joys of being bought out
The ink is not even damp on the paper, but my company as its own company is no more after being hoovered by a much bigger company.
Blogging Dust Up Hurts Apple Badly
Blogs have definitely entered the mainstream press when one erroneous and redacted...
IBM restructures Global Services
In a global restructuring that is going to impact workers here in the Seattle area, IBM Global Services is undergoing...
Web 1.0 implosion
The Sun Times is running an interesting article detailing the differences between Web 1.0 entrepreneurs and Web 2.0 entrepreneurs...
Valuating a Web 2.0 startup
Getting any kind of value on a startup is difficult to begin with, but the CEO of eSnips, Yael Elish had a great idea, and created an incredible graphic to give it a start, based on those companies that have already been bought and their alexa traffic.
No IPO for Web 2.0
Going IPO or to be "hoovered" by a big company, the choices of how to cash out of your web 2.0 company are getting more complex, and require patience.
Profit and Loss in the Web 2.0 world
Companies, bloggers, and other identities or groups on the internet are redefining what community actually means.
MGM Versus Grokster Two Years Later
Two years ago MGM Won against Grokster in a pinnacle case that set out the legitimacy or illegitimacy of P2P file sharing.
Stirring up a Hornets Nest
If Steve Jobs had not said "DRM needs to go away", and the latest P2P research shows that there is little if any statistical relevance to piracy, and if EMI was not pondering doing away with DRM and selling strait MP3's...
The "Pirate Tax"
Slashdot this morning is carrying a news clipping that Universal would like the same amount of money per IPod that Zune pays...
Cisco and Activist Shareholders
Activist shareholders in the crowd and on the company's board have many things that they would like the company to do...
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