I am “re-experimenting” with a daily post of links, however, this one jumped the gun because the service Delicious.com is not giving me access to the page that allows me to turn off the feature they used to call “thingy.” I apologize in advance if you see what looks like a “double posting” of this later this morning.
Key quote: "(The Nation) sort of reads and feels like it is written by people on the left from the ’60s and the ’70s, whereas sites like the Daily Kos and Huffington Post skew much younger.”
My take: The parent company of Diapers.com and Soap.com followed the Zappos model: value, service, narrow niche retailing. In other words, a real company with real revenues. But that won't stop certain category-killer domain-name owners from raising the question: How many millions of marketing dollars were saved by having such URLs? (and by "certain," I mean mean me).
Says Dave, "The White House blog should be a daily link list of ideas and perspectives on what's happening in the world."