A couple of weeks ago I asked people in the Web 2.0 starup world to send me information on their new ventures.
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Personally I think the merger could be a good thing for not only the two companies, but for the listeners as well. My reasons are likely different than most of what you will read out there, but there are some things that the new company could do that many people may not have even considered.
Part of my goal with this blog is expanding on the idea of what web 2.0 is...
Not two weeks after Viacom served YouTube with a major smackdown, Viacom has announced it is getting cozy with new Internet Television company Joost, and will provide free programming from MTV, BET, and Paramount Pictures.It seems obvious that Viacom wanted more order to the chaos of YouTube as is apparent from the Press Release: Janus Friis, founder of Joost said, “We built this platform from the ground up, with companies like Viacom in mind.
The FTC has settled with evil Adware company DirectRevenue for $1.5 million dollars (via Internetnews).
Thursday February 22nd, 2007 I help organize and host a monthly get together/mixer for the Web 2.0 community each month called SFWIN.
300-400 people got together this weekend at Stanford to find out what would happen if you supplied them with unlimited Red Bull and Rice Krispie Treats. Organized by Noah Kagan and described as...
[Note: At the end of this post I'll be asking for your support so stay tuned.]I'm a Sonos owner.
Guest Blogger Chas Edwards of Federated Media Smarter minds than mine (BuzzMachine's Jeff Jarvis on frictionless "open ad marketplaces," and Google's Eric Schmidt on his preference for targeted ad bots over targeted ad salespeople) have argued that algorithms and auctions will create market efficiency for advertisers and publishers, and with market efficiency, a kind of "perfect" ad pricing that recognizes value more intelligently.
The big news yesterday was the announcement and launch of Yahoo! pipes.
If you have a startup in the Web 2.0 space and you want to be featured here, show off your technology, or make an announcement...
Every once in a while I run across a new Web 2.0 company so unique, so cutting edge...
Along with a few friends, I run a local networking organization. We have a blog, and it fell unto me to give that blog a facelift.
Guest Blogger Chas Edwards of Federated Media Every marketer these days wants the kids at My Space befriending their corporate mascots, producing fun-yet-favorable YouTube videos that feature their products and writing blog posts on that fresh, revitalized feeling that comes from using their brand of soap. But here’s the catch.
Chas Edwards is the CRO and Publisher for Federated Media, the author driven ad network founded by Boing Boing band manager and Web 2.0 proponent John Battelle.