Some stuff I'm reading this week...
EqualityCamp—held January 3rd in San Francisco--was a pilot event to bring Web 2.0 geeks who know the lessons of the Web well together with activists for marriage equality and equal rights for gays. So, if you’re straight, do you care about marriage
4 posts by Leslie Wu, who participated in EqualityCampSF Saturday, January 3. Thanks Leslie!
A new book out about collaboration on the web. Looking forward to reading it.
We've fallen on hard times...or not so hard as it seems. ;)
Below overview checks which Google products directly make money for Google in terms of being paid for by the user, or having ads or affiliate links. Indirect effects on revenues (as well as some other things) are disregarded for this purpose, but not because the effects are necessarily neglible.* The table is just an estimate – if you see ommissions or misses please comment and I’ll update the table.
For years ad execs and marketing experts made the claim that the word FREE was the most powerful word in all of advertising. I admit that it was probably in the top 2 or 3 in terms of power to grab attention....but, in today's business climate it's lost a lot of it's appeal.