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This is huge
2 years, 4 months ago on The big takeaway: Learning from failure
I hope it is a good movie
2 years, 7 months ago on Unleashing the Crocodile: What Alibaba’s Jack Ma Can Teach American Entrepreneurs
@MisterArcher contact Facebook they are tops in this aspect
2 years, 8 months ago on The Acqui-hire Scourge: Whatever Happened to Failure in Silicon Valley?
Better late than never
I love the end, I assume it doesn't eat anyone lol
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3 years ago on Wait, Self Serve Ads Are a $400 Million Business for Twitter?
Interesting! Most barriers I would think of to brazilian companies are seperated by distance, time and language. Perhaps there could be a tool to reduce the distance and time, so that western companies or companies from other countries can do business with brazilian companies. Is this possible?
3 years ago on Moving to the Valley: ‘I Want to Help Brazil, But Brazil Cannot Help Me Now’
@allison_boyer This is very useful article you have written. Permit me to add information on www.ziliot.com which is a business to business social network which has B2B valued based offerings and aimed at manufacturers. The site just started public beta and there can be found manufacturers. On Ziliot.com business connections are designed to be less time consuming and users are being verified to reduce the risk associated with fraudulent persons. In addition to that the site is free
3 years, 1 month ago on Social Media for Small Businesses with "No Time"
I think people deserve a chance to choose /opt out of synchronising their information. Not just merging Gmail and Google+ and all other services. Microsoft waking up with this campaign is also good because competition enables users have better products. So I guess Microsoft will go back to their drawing board and ensure that the reason I don't use internet explorer will not be available the next time I open it. If they would redesign their products and give fresh appeal to it ,I guess they game will become even more interesting. Nice article @Frédéric
3 years, 2 months ago on Microsoft: Gone Google and Now You Regret it? We Have Alternatives