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Facebook losing its charm before it starts making money

Saturday, February 2nd, 2008

Last year, Facebook made headlines about its increasing popularity and open API that allowed 3rd party developers to access its vast user base. Amid all the excitement about the exponentially increasing traffic to the site, many tried to figure out how to monetize it and basically assign a value to ...

Agloco bites the dust

Monday, December 10th, 2007

News around the blogosphere today are that AllAdvantage wannabe Agloco was more successful than originally expected. Just like AllAdvantage, the stupidest implementation of an online business model, which burst in flames during the first dotcom bubble, Agloco is about to close its doors having paid nothing to the people who ...

The Web 2.0 bubble song

Tuesday, December 4th, 2007

You know it's not real until there is a song about it. San Fransisco's Richter Scales group put together a rather catchy song to commemorate what many people refer to as the new Internet Bubble; hey, if FaceBook is worth $15 billion and have no real product other than a ...

Yahoo! acquires Zimbra

Monday, September 17th, 2007

Earlier today, Yahoo! announced the acquisition of client/server open source software development company Zimbra for $350 million in cache. Zimbra offers a number of cross-platform products including an email application, calendar, and online document authoring. It appears that Yahoo! is after the online office application market that is currently vigorously ...

Viacom signs deal with Joost and sticks it to Google

Tuesday, February 20th, 2007

Viacom Inc. and Joost have announced today a deal that will make it legal for the Internet startup to broadcast over the Internet content from MTV Networks, BET Networks and Paramount Pictures among others. This announcement comes only a couple of weeks after Viacom served Google’s YouTube with a copyright ...