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Google’s Music Beta is supposed to provide users with a way to access the music anywhere, anytime as easily as physically possible. But it’s just not that easy. I’ve spent the past few hours trying to navigate my way through Music Beta and ended up finding new frustrations at nearly every turn.
By now you have probably read this story about Urban Outfitters allegedly ripping off an Etsy artist’s necklace designs.
It’s a Saturday and you want to watch your favorite YouTube star’s show , a big Hollywood movie , a clip of your friend’s weekend in Austin, a newly-released music video , a global sporting event , a live concert and breaking news from Japan . Six years ago, when YouTube first arrived, you’d have to go from TV to laptop, desk to couch, or platform to platform, to do all this. Six years ago, there were also two types of video: video you watched on your TV, and video you watched on your laptop.
I am a big advocate of low-cost virtual assistant program Fancyhands : $35 per month for up to 15 tasks requested by email. I’ve posted some pretty complicated requests over the last 6 months or so that I’ve been subscribed. People ask me about the service often, so I thought I’d show readers here how it’s been going over the last few months.
I’ve had two recent conversations in which people have mentioned the “grow first, monetize later” philosophy as one of the signs of the coming bubble apocalypse, and this post is to argue why it’s very smart and rational to focus on getting millions of users first. (This post is part of my 2011 blogging roadmap )
SF Online Community MeetUp - Guest Speaker Randy Paynter, Care2.com - San Francisco Online Community Meetup Group (San Francisco, CAMay 25, 2011 · 7:00 PM This location is shown only to members
By Wendy Tan White (Founder & CEO, Moonfruit)
May 11, 2011 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Procter & Gamble, a partner of Special Olympics, has given a gift of $250,000 to the Special Olympics to support local programs and services.
Shortly before Christmas 2009, they graduated from boot camp, proud just to have made it.
I’m somebody who needs a challenge.
Flipboard, the leading social news app for iPad, has tripled daily usage in the last two months, CEO Mike McCue said in a chat on Thursday. The app now sees eight to nine million daily “flips.”
iTablet is a mini Bluetooth keyboard with a rear-facing touchpad that takes advantage of the fact that humans have opposable thumbs. This versatile input device lets you control Windows 7 and XP PCs, iPads , iPhones , Android phones and tablets, interactive TV hardware and gaming consoles — just about anything with Bluetooth connectivity.
Okay, first of all let’s cut to the chase. We marketers can get ourselves in a big frothy tizzy over new terms. And, Web Engagement Management is no exception.
The U.S. solar industry is banding together to fend off an onslaught of global competition, and to lower the cost of manufacturing solar technology domestically.