From the monthly archives:

March 2007

Eric Eldon, writing over at Matt Marshall's VentureBeat site, had a story yesterday that I must admit surprised me, even though I've sort of been assuming that Facebook is growing like a weed -- my 17-year-old daughter and all her friends have signed up over the past few months, and so have I and many…

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It seems Mike Arrington has gotten the last laugh on more than a few bloggers -- with his announcement that he has bought Fuckedcompany.com. Even Dave Winer got reeled in by the news. I don't know for sure, but I'm willing to bet that Mike got the idea after reading the Valleywag post about the…

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Is wireless power about to become a reality? It sure sounds that way, according to a piece in Business 2.0 magazine about a company called Powercast, which says it has developed a way of powering devices (albeit fairly low-voltage ones for now) without power cords or bricks. And electronics giant Philips has signed a deal…

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Aaron Swartz is an interesting guy. One of the co-founders of Reddit, the Digg-like recommendation engine that was recently bought by the Conde Nast magazine-publishing empire, his blog often has long and thoughtful posts with a refreshingly different perspective. His latest is no exception: In a post entitled "Everything Good is Bad For You," he…

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Arianna Huffington, whose Huffington Post is working on a "citizen media" venture with NewAssignment.net (which I wrote about in an earlier post), has an interesting perspective on the future of newspapers in a recent post. She describes how she and her friends are Web junkies, but still like to read a printed paper -- although…

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