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· Naughties
· · 2004
· · · January
· · · · 09 (4 entries)

Pricing Craziness · I’m vis­it­ing the Val­ley next week in con­nec­tion with the what-next pro­jec­t, fly­ing on some of the hun­dreds of thou­sands of points I’ve built up on some bankrupt air­line or an­oth­er, but I need­ed to rent a car out of SFO. A bit of In­ter­net shop­ping pro­duced what I thought was a fair­ly mind-boggling re­sult ...
 
Geek Dinner Wednesday · Jere­my Za­wod­ny pinged me and said “You com­ing to the Val­ley? Let’s do a geek dinner.” Sound­ed like a good idea to me, so he went ahead and or­ga­nized it. That would be the evening of Wed­nes­day the 14th. You got­ta ad­mire a guy who’ll not on­ly or­ga­nize din­ner but hang his ad­dress & phone num­ber out on his blog. Wow, looks like an in­ter­est­ing crowd.
 
Hello CNN.com Visitors · As a re­sult of John Battelle’s nice Foo Camp ar­ti­cle hav­ing been post­ed at CNN.­com, a few thou­sand peo­ple have come through here look­ing for an ar­ti­cle about nix­ing spam: Here it is, and thanks for vis­it­ing.
 
TPSM 8: Investor Support · While the Ven­ture Cap­i­tal com­mu­ni­ty may have come down a few steps from their Bubble-era Masters Of The Uni­verse sta­tus, the flow of in­vest­ment dol­lars re­mains a key fea­ture of the tech­nol­o­gy land­scape. Would fol­low­ing that flow be a good strat­e­gy for pre­dict­ing the suc­cess or fail­ure of new tech­nolo­gies? ...
 
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