Monthly Archives: July 2007

Two Heads Are Better Than One

I once worked for a company where I heard this saying a lot. I never agreed with it, and I would have to guess that most smart people are in total disagreement. Reading blogs earlier I came across evidence to … Continue reading

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Tech Bubble – No Way

There is a good amount of discussion on whether we are entering another tech bubble. I say that we aren’t entering a bubble although we are starting an economic cycle towards the web. Think about it. Bubble has a horrible … Continue reading

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GOP Snubs the NAACP

You really have to admire the GOP for having the audacity to completely skip the NAACP debate in Detroit. The NAACP is the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. This isn’t a joke. As you can see from … Continue reading

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This post is about company evangelism and is in response to a great article I found on, 14 Qualities of a Co-founder. Coincidentally, I am experiencing relevant issues in projects that I’m involved in. So, the 15th quality needed … Continue reading

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What is Business Development?

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a bit. Saeed’s post on the same topic helped me formulate some ideas. Basically- Business Development = Business (sales, creating transactions) + Development (product development) The fact is that sometimes products have … Continue reading

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Better Than Product Placement?

Would this be called movie placement? If you haven’t already heard, eleven 7-11 stores have been converted to Kwik-E-Marts in anticipation of the Simpsons movie being released at the end of July.  Obviousl, this is n extremely creative marketing campaign … Continue reading

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