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Online couponing sites are working – but for whom?

Andrew Mason of Groupon http://www.Groupon.com has received admiring and quizzical looks from people when he turned down Google’s offer of $ 6 billion for Groupon last month. It was a bold move in the style of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s … Continue reading

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The CES – Consumer Electronics Show – I am not going – are you?

Every year in January the CES takes place in Las Vegas. This year there is buzz about tablet PCs (more than 50 will be on display), television apps, 3D TV apps and accessories, computer printers (HP apparently has a really … Continue reading

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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

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Social media and Internet censorship in the office will not make things better

I heard a radio spot yesterday from Barracuda Networks. Their offer is to help companies make their workers more productive by blocking/firewalling them from websites and social networks that (as the ad infers) detract from employee productivity and company profits. … Continue reading

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