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Don't they give the money back to the investors? ..what's left of it anyways
2 years, 4 months ago on Loosecubes shuts down after raising $7.8 million in June
The NY t-shirt has a nice design
2 years, 9 months ago on Why Isn’t This News? Three Things You Don’t Hate About You
Business Insider is a 'tabloid' tech blog hence the sensational headlines, in that respect they do it well.
2 years, 9 months ago on Oddly Enough, I Don’t Hate Business Insider Because Of Its Brilliance
@vamatem as a writer myself, I would explain- we post first-- edit later 'sometimes' particularly for breaking news. So, some of the grammer errors and so on usually get corrected within 5-10 mins after publishing.
But then again you get the real errors- that's where the copy editors come in.
2 years, 10 months ago on Facebook: Seriously, How Did This Become Such A Mess?
I don't have a problem with ads in general- as long as its NOT pop ups, automatic playing videos and the ones that take over the screen.
We need advertising, and there will always be advertising, that's how we find out about products in general, whether we are concious of it or not.
People still interact with ads, thats why companies still pay for them
2 years, 10 months ago on Advertising is Hated — and Failing
one of the best writers around- good post
2 years, 11 months ago on Everybody Chill Out: Apple is a Long-Term Goldmine
great picture and great post-- I completely agree but I still believe in ads, they need to change but I believe they can work- I think innovation will fix advertising on the net and make them more engaging.
But I agree with the overall message- getting sponsorship trumps ads anyday
2 years, 11 months ago on You Wanna Know How You Survive? You Get Sponsors.
@jacobrussell Just read a post on Techcrunch, rumour has it, that there may have been a bidding war according to Robert Scoble to drive it up to a 1 billion valuation
2 years, 11 months ago on Kevin Systrom: Having His Cake and Eating It Too?
@jacobrussell Did you read the article?-- so it was a choice to sell or get another round, how do you know Facebook where the only option Instagram had to sell?. Seeing that their rumoured evaluation was 500 million and Facebook paid 1 billion, that indicates other companies may have been interested or have made an offer
great purchase for Facebook and good for Systrom but 1 billion?, wow-- was it a bidding war?
if you have an extensive library of images on your iPhone I recommend the iPhoto app, its the best for organising photos
2 years, 12 months ago on Why Isn’t This News: Back In The Habit