Monthly Archives: May 2007

Surface Computers. Very Cool.

This post about Surface Computing has moved

Posted in computers, Science & Technology | 4 Comments

Airports Blog and Online Highways Blog

Well, I’m going blog crazy these days and hope I can keep up the writing pace needed to maintain a bunch of blogs related to website projects. For me, the blog format makes it a lot easier to write a … Continue reading

Posted in blogs, drugs, internet, oregon, tourism, travel, US History, Websites | 2 Comments

Facebook – Myspace = 100% revenue share

Josh at Redeye VC has some *excellent* points about the coming big battle between Facebook and Myspace for web developers: If you ran a venture-backed company and had to decide whether you wanted to focus your effort on: (a) a … Continue reading

Posted in advertising, facebook, myspace, Web 2.0, Websites, widgets | 2 Comments

Extraterrestrial Tourism and the Alien Abduction Roller Coaster

Extraterrestrial Tourism really is considered a niche market, but it’s not really named properly as that would involve visits to other worlds. Roswell New Mexico is the best example of ET Tourism. For decades the city of Roswell has based … Continue reading

Posted in entertainment, tourism, travel | 3 Comments

Searches, Searches, get ya 1% of all searches for a billion dollars!

Don Dodge is always doing great, straightforward biz math over at his blog and today is no exception. He looks at Search biz and search revenues and concludes that one percent of the search market is worth about a billion … Continue reading

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Chip your pet? Why not chip yourself?

One of my most viewed posts is a discussion of the Home Again PET ID system, where you implant an ID chip in your dog or cat so you can recover them if they get lost. VeriChips are implanted in … Continue reading

Posted in companies, computers | 3 Comments

Local Voices Needed – Apply Here… or There….

Got a blog? Want to start blogging? Locals know the best things to do, places to eat, and more about their regions. We’re looking for a few … hundred thousand … who want to tell the world about their own … Continue reading

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