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Seems to me time on your site should be your OKM.  All of your writers should be working in harmony (of some sort) to produce the PandoDaily  brand of journalism.  Sarah is the conductor and if everyone is playing together, readers like me should come and like what we see and want to spend time on your site. 

1 year, 11 months ago on Mixpanel says focus on one key metric — writers, that means you, too

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Note to all 'journalists': it's 'judgment', not 'judgement'.  Please.

2 years, 2 months ago on No, Twitter Didn’t “Jump the Shark” During Last Night’s Debate, Just Like It Didn’t in 2009 or 2010

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ANDREW - Please.  Judgment has only one 'e'.

2 years, 4 months ago on Judge Warns Apple and Samsung to Make Peace | PandoDaily

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A coal miner, a factory worker and Michael Dell walk into a bar.  Which one has it 'rougher'?  Come on, Farhad.  Seriously.  You've spent too much time at Slate.

2 years, 4 months ago on Stick a Fork In It: Dell Is Done

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 @williwill It's already begun.  Just look at messaging, FaceTime and Skype, siphoning off or eliminating easy profit dollars from the telecoms and forcing them to scramble and invent new, customer-alienating revenue streams for the innovators to attack and dilute.  Their market control WILL erode.

2 years, 5 months ago on The Mobile Industry Is Ignoring the Rules of Consolidation

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What is the 'industry' you are analyzing?  If it is 'mobile content delivery', then very early stage 1 was simple messaging and players like Blackberry and Nokia have failed to evolve their early leadership positions.  I'd argue we are bridging Stages 1 and 2 and still have a long way to go.  The breadth of the 'industry' is expanding dramatically and we are seeing evidence of scale-building in companies like Apple.  Most players are still honing their acquisition skills.  The relatively high acquisition prices are less an indicator of paying for scale and more a sign of the acquisition learning curve.   The traditional telecom providers who got into the industry when they realized they were selling 'buggie whips' to an automobile generation will likely lose their positions over time, as akwyz predicts.  The information highways where they have chosen to try and collect tolls will either be bypassed, abandoned or deregulated.     

2 years, 5 months ago on The Mobile Industry Is Ignoring the Rules of Consolidation

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It's Judgment, please.

2 years, 5 months ago on Intel Fighting $1.3 Billion EU Antitrust Judgement

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Any ideas why can't I hear the audio portion?

2 years, 7 months ago on PandoMonthly with Peter Thiel Recap: Startups, Competition, Capitalism, Bubbles

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