Donna Bogatin

A former ZDNet blogger, Donna Bogatin is the founder of online directional media properties <a href="http://vipoffers.com/">VIPOffers.com</a> and <a href="http://urbansavings.com/">UrbanSavings.com</a>. In addition to her own ventures, Donna has been advising companies on Web-based business development since 1997, when she created and led an "Internet For Entrepreneurs" workshop for the Small Business Administration. As Adjunct Associate Professor of Information Systems, Donna has instructed at the New York University Stern Graduate School of Business Administration on how companies of all sizes can best use the Internet to gain strategic advantage.</p> <p>Prior to becoming an Internet entrepreneur, Donna was an international investment banker and served as Director of M & A for Societe Generale Securities Corp. Donna holds an M.B.A., M.A. and B.A. from New York University. Find out more at Donna's Website: <a href="http://insiderchatter.com/">InsiderChatter.com</a>. </p>

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Google gets Feedburner and in the Web's private business

Google gets Feedburner and in the Web's private business

Another day, another way for Google to control more of the confidential data of the Web's businesses:Google is now the proud owner of Feedburner, a "leading provider of Web feed distribution and management tools," at a rumored acquisition price of $100 million.Worried yet about Google Big Brother peering into your online business?

published June 1, 2007 by

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YouTube: What MySpace can teach Google about copyright

YouTube: What MySpace can teach Google about copyright

Will Google CEO Schmidt's "wait for the tools" banter on media giant Viacom's $1 billion copyright infringement legal claim at the Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital conference this week be his famous last words?SEE: Google CEO tows Google line at D5Think Schmidts' recent "Big Brother" musings reflect a Google disregard for the privacy of others?

published June 1, 2007 by

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Google: YAY! Checkout goes mobile

Google: YAY! Checkout goes mobile

The Google Engineering team does not seem to have synched its news cycle.At the same time that Google Engineering gives us Developer Day with show-stopper Google Gears, Google Checkout engineers give us "Look, Ma-no wires," to proclaim Google Checkout is now available by mobile phone, sometimes.

published May 31, 2007 by

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Google: Tough love for Microsoft

Google: Tough love for Microsoft

"Because the Web is Google's platform, we are interested in improving it as much as we can," so intones Bret Taylor, the evangelist for Google's strategic developer initiatives.Google "owns" the Web experience, but to"improve" it, Google must go through the Microsoft-owned desktop, as I analyze in Google’s love hate relationship with the desktop.

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