Month: July 2007

  • eBay country

    Attention Internet sellers. Bryon Chesney noticed the venerable Scarborough Research says Knoxville, Tenn. is tied for No. 2 in the penetration of eBay among Internet users. It’s an interesting list. Some factoids from the release: eBay Visitors are 37 percent more likely than the average Internet user to have spent $2,500 or more online during […]

  • Lack of face time

    The latest lament of the death of AP’s youth experiment ASAP is Will Sullivan. For him, it was an experiment he would have liked to have seen succeed in that newspapers need to do something that will actually attract younger readers Steve Yelvington has some thoughts on why it failed and some great comments from […]

  • Kudzu of Connections

    I’ve seen a lot of thoughtful react to Jason Calacanis’ weekend post about Facebook bankruptcy, but Ethan Kaplan has the best two sentences I’ve read: You all, and we all, made a system in which the promiscuous exchange of data is the predicate for it functioning. Do not complain about reaping what you sowed. In […]