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It has looked for awhile as though Technorati was having difficulties -- and not just technical difficulties but in the executive suite as well, with founder and CEO Dave Sifry writing on his blog earlier this year that the blog-search company was looking for someone to replace him -- but now the wheels really appear…

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Well, well, well. After six years -- and the last couple of those facing mounting criticism of his efforts in the corner suite -- Hollywood transplant Terry Semel is out as chief executive officer of Yahoo. To add insult to injury (although he remains non-executive chairman, which means he's hardly hitting the bread lines) the…
I have to say right off the top that I haven't really acquired the taste for Robert Scoble's video-blogging or podcasting (or whatever we're calling it now) over at Podtech.net. I liked reading his blog from time to time -- in some cases for the comments -- but I just haven't gotten into the video…

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Why CEOs should blog

by Mathew on July 31, 2006 · 18 comments

I'm going to do something I don't usually do, and that's disagree with my friend and fellow meshconference.com organizer Rob Hyndman on the subject of whether CEOs should blog or not -- sparked by the New York Times article on the subject. Rob says that he doesn't see how a CEO could possibly have the…

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The marketing tagline for the 1970's shark-attack movie Jaws 2 was "Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water." If you replaced the word "water" with the name "Nortel," you'd probably have a fitting tagline for what's going on at Canada's favourite love-it-or-hate-it networking-equipment company, Nortel Networks (or "No-tell" Networks,…