Random Stuff

April 28, 2006 at 5:27 pm Leave a comment

Catching up on some reading after my return…here's some stuff worth sharing.

Kid’s know how to network.  I started with a link on Seth Godin’s blog, then ended up here. This is a pretty amazing program/movement.  I’m impressed.

Something cool in the world of digital photography.  Wow!  I like the sound of this. I hope it gets to market and is affordable. 

Does Mark Cuban have a valid point? Have shareholders become corporate ho's?  He ends his blog entry with this:

"Its time for all shareholders to realize they have a responsibility as owners of stock. That if you dont fulfill that obligation, you are nothing more than a corporate Ho and your share of stock is nothing more than a baseball card, worth what the next Ho will pay for it.

Dont be a Ho."

This looks like fun.  A sentence.  Since I didn’t discover this, feel free to post on the originating blog.

Should Dan Rather blog?  I like the idea.  Why not get some journalists in the blogosphere? Maybe they can tell other journalists that it isn’t so bad, eh?

From Jeff Jarvis:  “Are the days of
America’s leadership in media over? You tell
me.” Read his post
here.

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