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Amazon’s Kindle Fire – remember it’s only 1.0
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos presented the new Amazon Kindle – called ‘Fire’ this past Wednesday in New York. I’ve written much about the Kindle in general and had not planned to write about it particularly since yesterday’s unveiling offered few … Continue reading
Posted in Best business practices, Customer Experiences, Innovation, Technology Tagged Amazon, Amazon Cloud, Amazon Prime, Amazon Silk, AOL, Apple iPad, Appstore, Barnes & Noble, Gmail, Hotmail, Jeff Bezos, Kindle Fire, Nook, Xoom, Yahoo Leave a comment
AOL’s finally making some big changes – but is it just whistling while walking through the internet graveyard?
An interesting story in this past Saturday’s NY Times – http://nyti.ms/b2RQFQ discussed the revamping of AOL’s website to give a greater emphasis to news created by AOL’s staff as well as original video clips. This appears to me that it … Continue reading
Posted in Customer Experiences, Marketing stuff, Media Tagged America Online, AOL, Google, Meg Ryan, Microsoft, New York Times, Tim Armstrong, Tom Hanks, Yahoo, You've Got, You've got Mail Leave a comment