Archive | January, 2005
Search for People

Search for People

Business.com has an interesting spin on search. You can search for people to put together an historical resume for them. Unfortunately, it’s not that good. While it correctly identified some of the stuff a do/did, I have never been in the US airforce or a teacher. I still reckon that Googlism is the best thing […]

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Deloitte’s Trends of 2005

Deloitte’s Trends of 2005

Deloitte Research have been joining the trend-spotting/prediction game, with their top 12 for 2005. Since 8 deal directly with mobile phones, the main conclusion seems to be that this will be the year of the mobile. Here’s what they say about mobile stuff: # Electronic viruses will run rampant in PCs, cellphones, PDAs and gaming […]

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Prediction 5

Prediction 5

Continuing my Predictions for 2005, I covered video calling in my fifth in the series: 5. Video Calling As 3G handset penetration slowly increases, there will be more people to call. Conventional thinking should suggest that this means more people will start using video calling. But why would they want to? I’m still not convinced […]

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eBay Update

eBay Update

If you read my post yesterday about listing advertising space on this blog on eBay, you may be interested to learn that after a shaky start, the bidding has reached $41. And we’ve still got 8 days to go. Follow the bidding progress here. It looks like there may be something in the idea! And […]

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Raving Fans

Raving Fans

Anyone who has seen The Incredibles knows how dangerous raving fans can be. If you thwart them, they can turn just as rabidly against you – just as Buddy turns into Syndrome, the uber-baddy in the film. A few weeks ago, I blogged about the raving fan who had produced an iPod commercial in homage […]

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