Monthly Archives: April 2005

The VC Process

Jim Lejeal is a very successful entrepreneur who I really admire. He’s done countless VC rounds with a few different companies, so he really knows the ins & outs from the entrepreneur side. He makes it look effortless – every … Continue reading

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The PR Industry

Paul Graham just posted a new essay about PR. I wrote him an email with the comment below, then decided to post it here. Paul excerpted the following as an example of plain-jane mainstream newspaper writing, which he later contrasts with … Continue reading

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RSS – the Business Case

Just posted on my Click Thru Stats blog – a free e-book on the the Business Case for RSS.

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The Yellow Pages is Toast

I need to get an oil change. I remember seeing a sign near a local Midas Muffler offering four oil changes for $60. But I wanted to call them and verify what that included. So I searched on “Midas Muffle … Continue reading

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Those that can, do. Those that can’t…

A classic from PostSecret.com.

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Blogging Howto in Boulder

Noted writer Dave Taylor (who also happens to be my friend and business partner) is running the Blog Smart workshop on May 5 in Boulder, Colorado. If you’re ready to learn how business blogging can change your company, saving you money … Continue reading

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Googlezon is Coming

Remember Googlezon? I think it’s right on schedule. MacWorld reported today that Google is “delivering factual answers for some queries at the top of its results page, to save users from having to navigate over to other sites and look … Continue reading

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