Monthly Archives: January 2003

Seth Godin has done it

Seth Godin has done it again.When he launched the Unleashing the Idea Virus, he came up with a clever strategy to get it in lots of peoples heands and (apparently) worked out an exclusive deal with Fast Company to publish … Continue reading

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Once again, the email service

Once again, the email service providers (ESPs) are teaming up, to try to convince ISPs to stop filtering their email. A good idea, but unless and until they find a way to compensate ISPs with cold, hard cash, the effort … Continue reading

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Ballot stuffing? Today I received

Ballot stuffing? Today I received this email from ClickTracks, which makes log analysis software. They want me to vote for them in the ClickZ Marketing Excellence Awards. I can undertstand their desire to win, but I’m not even a customer. … Continue reading

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Interesting. According to Jakob Nielsen’s

Interesting. According to Jakob Nielsen’s latest Alertbox, email newsletter subscribers have a “high emotional attachment” to newsletters, which inhibits them from unsubscribing, even when they don’t read the newsletter any more. I’ve noticed this in my own behavior. I’m subscribe … Continue reading

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Finally learned how to use

Finally learned how to use the microphone on my computer. Like the sound of one hand clapping? Click here. Though I don’t think it meets the definition presented here.

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