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Links for 1-5-2011

More random things I really think you should go read: The Internet Is Still Ridiculously Small: Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry brings some sanity to the scope of internet commerce compared to brick and mortar. Eleven Digital Trends to Watch in 2011: Steve … Continue reading

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Links for 1-4-2011

Absolutely random things I really think you should go read: The Blog in 2011: More Pictures, More Words: Joanne McNeil ruminates further on how blogs are morphing into homes for long form essay style posts with images incorporated into the … Continue reading

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Links for 12-31-2010

Great big year end link dump – some great reads here that deserve more discussion, but jump in and see for yourself: Images and the future of reading: If a picture is worth a thousand words, how should they be … Continue reading

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Links for 12-1-10

So yeah, not really back yet, but how about some great links to things I really want to talk about sometime? Fickle, fickle data: Snake oil sales and vapor ware surround “big data” development. Experiment in Public: Data mining IS … Continue reading

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Links for 9-24-2010

Some fun things I’ve come across during my extended absence: Lost World’s Fairs: The open font format is showcased in this stunning site. Cycling Prints: Some beautiful limited edition cycling prints would make great wall decor for biking enthusiasts. Text-Free … Continue reading

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Links for 9-2-2010

Some interesting reading I’ve been saving up for you: Who sells the most at market: Our complex relationship with manufacturing is part of the reason why U.S. manufacturing is in the decline. Is respect an issue? Where the Top VC … Continue reading

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Links for 8-18-2010

Some interesting reads from around the web: Prison without Walls: We spend $68.7 billion annually to keep 2.3 million Americans in jail – can technology reduce some of these costs? The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet: As we … Continue reading

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Tools and Toys

I’m battling writer’s block and letting other distractions keep me from an essay, so how about checking out these shiny new toys instead? Booshaka: Find out what is popular on Facebook right now. Good for trend research and competitive information. … Continue reading

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Links for 8-13-2010

Interesting reads from around the web: The Future of Startup Funding : Paul Graham talks about the rise of super angels and the changing venture capital terrain for new businesses. I see this as a good thing for start-ups as … Continue reading

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Links for 8-9-2010

Some fun things I stumbled across today: Breaking Up The Boys Club: Inside Women 2.0 Labs: Yes, I’m still talking about women and entrepreneurship. It’s important, that’s why. Startup Founders Wanted: Kauffman Labs Education Ventures Seeks Entrepreneurs: Seed funding and … Continue reading

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