Daily Archives: Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Michael Arrington on the PubSub trainwreck

Michael Arrington: (Regarding the trainwreck that is taking place in slow-motion at PubSub) “A founder should never try to solve problems by publicly attacking another founder. Who’s going to step in now and fund or buy the company with all … Continue reading

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What’s the opposite of being dooced?

What’s the opposite of being dooced? (From Shel Holtz) “All of which has me wondering if hiring organizations—particularly PR agencies—view the candidate’s blog as an asset they are acquiring along with the employee. Observation: Could we be seeing a whole … Continue reading

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Connecting the dot$

Connecting the dot$: (From the Washington Post’s Richard Cohen) “Time Inc., which reportedly paid about $4 million for pictures of Brangelina’s baby, recently let go two of the best investigative reporters in the business…The company said it could no longer … Continue reading

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Advice for ‘established’ bloggers

Advice from established bloggers: “Behind the Scenes in the Blogosphere” is a study by the director of the Center for Marketing Research, University of Massachusetts Darthmouth. I participated in the survey (73 others did also). I wish it was in … Continue reading

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Jeff Jarvis on companies who don’t realize the commitment involved in hosting ‘a community’

Jeff Jarvis on companies who don’t realize the commitment involved in hosting ‘a community’: “Mattel is shutting down its American Girl Club and our daughter is rightfully upset. She joined the community and made friends there and now Mattel is … Continue reading

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