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One of my fellow moderators on an Entrepreneur forum we both spend too much time on,Todd Chism, just got nominated by his colleagues for Entrepreneur of the Year - and made it to the final!
Todd's a great guy and has built a great company selling patio furniture amongst other things.
Why am I telling you all this? I need your votes to help ...
Yeah, working as a FTE does change your perspective. Way, way back I loved reading about and playing with SEO techniques - all new and sneaky.
Just this month I've started looking around again at what's going on and frankly I'm stunned. All this talk of people earning $1m/month. wtf?
I hadn't even heard of Google TrustRank until ...
I've posted about the ups and downs of Blockbuster before. This morning Mike points us to the latest pundit who says that Blockbuster will die within 2 years.
I can't refute his findings, and if true it's pretty sad. Everyone needs competition, and I'm sure it's done something to keep Netflix honest. Remember throttling? ...
I'm being slow to catch up on reading blogs since my recent week vacation - most I delete (unread) when they get old, but I never delete Seth's.
So, today's read was Bought and Sold - and I remembered that this actually happened to me. We were happily living in a house once when I got a letter from a realtor saying that they had ...
With just one day to go, I wake up and realize that I never did link to Scott Cate's promotion in aid of Diabetes.
EasySearchASP.NET is cool regardless, so it's worth checking out.
(One side-effect of using this title - at least 1 in 3 developers are named Scott so I'm guaranteed to get a lot of readers for this post ...
I'm looking forward to seeing how this pans out - most people I've read seems to say that Netflix rules, Blockbuster drools.
I disagree (and I'm not alone)
Blockbuster's recent (and well overdue) improvement to their service should kill Netflix, all things being equal. The interesting part is always that it's not the ...