In the Euro failure, a potential chance for an all-digital currency.
Which is worth more from a valuation standpoint: a user in a privately held company or one in a publicly held one?
Is this the beginning of a new bubble or a more rational boom launch? Let’s look at the data.
In 1931, a shinning beacon of hope rose above the city when the city needed it most. After eight years, WE are still waiting for ours.
On a new site designed as part of the transition into office, president-elect Barack Obama asks for some ideas, effectively trying to use the internet created a government run “for the people, by the people, and of the people.” Here are some I had around the budget…
From barter to grain to metal and paper, and eventually to electronic money, currency has a long history. In this talk, presented at the Web 2.0 Expo conference, I give a quick summary of that history and present how more recent trends could highlight some hypothetical futures for currency.
The tech community is buzzing at the news that Microsoft has made an unsolicited US$44.6 billion offer to acquire Yahoo and word is that Yahoo is actually considering it very seriously. The potential merger has long been rumored and there are many reasons for which it could actually make a lot of sense for both [...]
Yes, it has been quiet on the blog. Too quiet in fact and here is some background information as to why and what’s being done about it. Background “People are concerned about your blog.” In the hushed world of banking, this was a clear sign that I was in trouble. People didn’t like my blog [...]
Apple has it. Google has it. Microsoft fails at it. Yahoo! sometimes does and sometimes doesn’t. What I am talking about is buzz and coolness. It seems every time Apple or Google introduces a new product, the buzz is high. For example, Apple recently introduced a $350 speaker and, while the reaction was more tepid [...]