Daily Archives: October 25, 2006

Google Farts. Stock up 13%


Google’s doing a great job and putting out some good stuff such as customized search. Earnings for Q3 were better than expected, but that should already be reflected in the stock price. Since Google already has a huge portion of … Continue reading

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Measuring internet “engagement”


Robert Scoble’s asking a great question today about how to measure “engagement” at a website as opposed to just a visit. This issue was recently addressed at some length in the big debate over Comscore metrics for Myspace that Danah … Continue reading

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Zune Video


Robert Scoble’s got the Zune Scoop direct from Microsoft in the video over at Scobleizer. Assuming that the Zune is as good or somewhat better than the IPOD, as appears to be the case, this is shaping up to be … Continue reading

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Kevin Rose to Newscorp: Digg this $150,000,000 price tag?


It now appears that Digg probably won’t be sold to Newscorp and may simply go for another round of financing. If so Rose and Zuckerman over at Facebook may be sharing some pizza in a few years thinking “wow, we … Continue reading

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