• Yahoo: You’ve got phone

    Red Herring: “AT&T Yahoo Go Mobile, will give users the ability to access their Yahoo mail, photos, address book, calendar, and Yahoo Messenger instant messages. The service also includes search engines for the web, images, and local attractions. Users also get access to news, weather, and sports coverage…An important part of the service will be… Continue Reading

  • MashUp Camp: Can’t wait

    I’m going to mashup camp(and hanging out at the hotel party tonight), so if you are there and want to meet up look for me, or send an email. Hope to see/help create some cool social media tools and see all kinds of great stuff/new ideas.

  • Sand Hill Slave: Welcoming the (Bitch)Goddess

    So my new must-read is the amazingly dead-on and sort of unpretentious SandHill Slave, a 30-something woman (blogger name: Wendy Kroy) whose stories of life in Silicon Valley’s VC-land as an exec admin type are hilarious and sharp-tongued. Watch out for this future CEO–she’s clearly going to not only get it right, she’s going to… Continue Reading

  • TechCrunch5: Tweaking the SV bubbleists

    The party was a blast–a convention without a convention–and filled with fascinating colleagues, entrepeneurs, geeks and media folk–thank you Mike and Keith, Pluck, Rojo, Eurekster(great to see you all)–it was so much fun. Techcrunch5 party photos here. As of this morning, there are 550 photos of this party on flickr, which clearly does not translate… Continue Reading

  • Quote of the Day

    “Making a fool of yourself for love is ultimately about you, how much you have to give and the distances you will travel to keep your heart wide open when everything around you makes you feel like slamming it shut and soldering it closed.” — Veronica Chambers, editor, essayist, journalist, writing on love in the… Continue Reading

  • Quote of the Day 2

    “When I hire, I am constantly searching for that combination of someone who could step back and see how the world is changing and seek out ways to win AND gets excited about all the details that we need to nail to get it right. When I first interview people I ask a series of… Continue Reading

  • Noted

    GigaOm: Om Malik goes daily, just like CNET. Robert Young: Sex, crimes and myspace–Hey, the predators have landed. Shawn Gold, SVP, myspace (and long time web exec): “…as an innovator int he social network space, I and the myspace team is dedicated to innovating and educating in this area through its evolution.” Palm Beach Times:… Continue Reading

  • Quote of the Day

    ‘Strategies’ are big and sweeping and inherently pass the task of implementation to someone else. Tactics are inherently about executing. The distance between ‘strategic’ and ‘tactical’ is measured in meetings, PowerPoints, conference calls, and, well, ‘not writing code.’ Limiting (or even mostly eliminating) that distance is the key to making things happen. I’m not saying… Continue Reading

  • Quote of the Day

    “Only when the proportional representation of entertainment, technology, culture, politics, and sports in blog “top 100” lists matches that in the broader media economy will we know that blogging has truly become mainstream. So if you want to watch a realtime blog-o-sphere mainstream-ing indicator, track the die-off of tech blogs from the Technorati top 100.… Continue Reading