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I park like an Idiot

any vol­un­teers? it’s a ques­tion of style… via hrhein­gold

Writers’ Strike turns Americans to online videos

Don’t know whether the writer’s guild has intend­ed exact­ly that: Accord­ing to net mea­sure­ment firm Nielsen Online, some online video sites have dou­bled their audi­ence since the strike began at the end of Octo­ber.

Twitter — Instant message into the Cloud

One of the best def­i­n­i­tions of twit­ter I heard so far comes from Mike Butch­er, the British voice of Techcrunch. IM can’t do what Twit­ter does. You can’t instant mes­sage into “the cloud”. With Twit­ter you can. You can shout or whis­per what­ev­er you want to say out into the ether and any­one online can hear you.

The Search Party continues

What start­ed with search ended (?) in adver­tis­ing. Two boy­ish nerds grow older, marry and become wiser and end up (?) as some cor­po­rate (jets and stuff) big­fish. At the end they will tell their grand­chil­dren that it was one of the best par­ties they attend­ed. Or, as Eric says: But one of the mis­takes we’re not going to make is the mis­take that non-scientists make. We’re going to make

The Truth in Horoscopes

There def­i­nite­ly is a truth in horo­scopes: They con­tain what peo­ple want to hear. Any­one inter­est­ed in his per­son­al horo­scope cast by me?

Facebook and Google join dataportability.org

Hehe — did­n’t expect them react­ing that fast to my call for an openID for Social Net­works.… but dataportability.org today announced that Google and Face­book joined their ranks. Google will be rep­re­sent­ed by Brad Fitz­patrick, the inven­tor of Live­Jour­nal and one of the pri­ma­ry minds behind OpenID. Face­book will be rep­re­sent­ed by Ben­jamin Ling, who today runs the Face­book plat­form. Mar­shall has more… Unfor­tu­nate­ly we in the EU do have

Italian-style Starbucks

One very offline busi­ness idea came into my mind: You all know Star­bucks. Star­bucks entered a over­crowd­ed mar­ket (you got your cof­fee near­ly every­where) with a com­mod­i­ty prod­uct (cof­fee). The result: they are extreme­ly suc­cess­ful and are run­ning 13.000+ stores world­wide. In Europe, espe­cial­ly in Ger­many, Ital­ian food is ubiq­ui­tous — here in Munich we have hun­dreds of lit­tle pizza restau­rants and Ital­ian cof­fee bars. I think it’s time for an Italian-style Star­bucks:

MacWorld vs CES

The Danger of Blogging

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