From the monthly archives:

March 2010

Between travel, family activities, and a couple of bad days with the flu, I have not been able to post for a few days. I have been able to read and spend some time thinking about education. I will share that in a separate entry. While researching the topic, I came across this great video […]

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Check out this Web Browser market share data: From April 2009 until the end of February 2010, Internet Explorer lost 6 points. Market share for other Browsers was flat, with modest gains in a few cases. The biggest winner: Google Chrome which appears to have take share almost exclusively from Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.   Browser Market […]

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Yesterday I attended the Crystal Classic Show Choir contest in Fairfield, Ohio.  (I had a great time, but that is another post). It was a 90 minute drive each way which allowed me time to listen to a few presentations from TED.   One that hit the mark for me was a recent presentation by James […]

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Authentic Word of Mouth?

by Rick on March 2, 2010

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Wow, what a story. I first heard about this on “Today In Social Media“, hosted by Clayton Morris.  Picture this as part of your business model: Charge businesses to remove negative word of mouth from your high traffic web site. According to allegations, this actually happened!   Let me back up and fill in the […]

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Over the weekend, I listened to the latest ecorner podcast (Standford University Entrepreneurship Center). The speaker was Steve Case, the founder, former CEO and Chairman of America Online (AOL). He is currently the CEO of Revolution, a holding company that helps build companies. Mr. Case’s spoke about three keys to be a successful entrepreneur: People, […]

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