From the monthly archives:

January 2008

I've been taking part in the beta trial of SugarSync, the content-synchronization service that allows you to synch photos, documents and other content across multiple PCs, mobile devices etc. (the service was formerly known as Sharpcast, and only syncrhonized photos). I've got a limited number of beta invites available -- if anyone wants one, post…

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I'm glad Mark Hopkins from Mashable wrote this post about Imeem -- which just bought Anywhere.FM, a startup from YCombinator -- and MP3tunes, the online music-sharing service from serial entrepreneur Michael Robertson (founder of Linspire and the original MP3.com). I've been watching the back-and-forth between Michael and Imeem CEO marketing VP Matt Graves on the…

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I watched this clip of Mike Arrington on the Fox Business show Happy Hour, with Cody Willard and Rebecca Gomez, and the one thing that struck me was how smart and reasonable Mike seemed compared with the frenetic -- almost manic -- Willard and his sidekick. More to the point, I think Mike's long-range outlook…

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As expected by just about everyone, Yahoo released fairly lacklustre

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"It's such a fine line between stupid and clever." David St. Hubbins, This is Spinal Tap Google is apparently experimenting with tiny barcodes that will sit next to newspaper advertisements and be scannable by mobile phone, so that you can "read" the code and be whisked to some website where you can get an interactive…

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