From the monthly archives:

January 2006

Dave Winer is a smart guy, and when it comes to Web 2.0 he's been smart a lot longer than I have -- but when it comes to investing and the stock market and venture capital, I think he might be a little out of his depth. I wouldn't tell Dave how to put together…

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Lots of talk in the blogosphere about Chris "Long Tail" Anderson's piece on The New Boom in Wired magazine. In it, Chris says point blank that what we're all seeing -- the multiple VC rounds for startups with virtually no revenue, the $30-million buyouts of del.icio.us, not to mention the $4-billion or so for Skype…

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Earlier today, I came across a link on Steve Rubel's blog to the story on MobHappy about something they wrote regarding BluePulse, a cellphone app startup. As described by Steve and by Carlo of MobHappy, the site wrote something positive about BluePulse, but then Carlo questioned whether the company's app really ran on "any phone"…

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My friend Rob Hyndman has a great post up about how the Web is playing havoc with the traditional structure of the advertising industry. But he's not talking about things like how Google's AdSense is revolutionizing the ad business, or how Craigslist.com is disemboweling the newspaper industry's main profit engine, or any of that stuff.…

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New podcast: Two boobs and a baby

by Mathew on January 26, 2006

I'm not that into podcasts (yet), and my kids aren't newborns any more, but if I was and they were, I might be interested in something called Two Boobs and a Baby, which a Toronto guy named Dave Delaney set up with his wife Heather prior to the arrival of their son Sam in October…