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We delete everything posted on our cloud after 7 days, because free speech is temporary speech. You can post to soundcloud or youtube for permanence, but generally it is important that ideas talked out are temporary, for some reason that I can't pin down.  Great piece Sarah.

1 year, 8 months ago on Calling Snapchat “the sexting app” misses a huge shift in mobile, photos, and communication

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ECOSYSTEM RAGE sounds like a meme you ought to share with Greenpeace after #sandy

1 year, 9 months ago on How many startups will Facebook Gifts kill?

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Well this was wonderful and unexpected.  Great tips !!! :D

1 year, 10 months ago on To Boost Conversions, Think Conversely

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Very cool, want to port to it ASAP.

1 year, 11 months ago on No Smartphone? Never Fear – Apps For All Are (Hopefully Soon) Here

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I badly want you amazing folks to check out my app tinyvox. Wonderful, heavily highlighted book!!!

1 year, 11 months ago on PRIZE: The Rebel’s Guide to Email Marketing

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This is right out of Infinite Jest, which apparently only kottke understands: http://kottke.org/10/06/david-foster-wallace-on-iphone-4s-facetime  (replace "face" with "air").  It's good to read large works of fiction from time to time

2 years, 2 months ago on Airtime: I Probably Won’t Use It, But Here’s Why Millions of Others Will

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@Chillive YouTube is nearly a decade old, right ?  It can be redone, and it should be redone out of Hollywood.  I'm very impressed with this project, it's important.

 

Looks like someone is finally emphasizing the YOU part. Kudos !

2 years, 3 months ago on Chill Aims to be “Front Door of Video,” User Count in 8 Digit Range

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Interesting that I hadn't heard of the subscription e-commerce sites you mention, two of which sound intriguing.  I'd say that if these sites are "spending millions on marketing", well, their marketing hadn't hit my radar, at least.  They should market better, probably.

2 years, 3 months ago on Subscription Commerce Isn’t a Revolutionary Business Model, It’s a Smoke Screen

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AMAZING.  YES.  I also would like to add - Many mobile apps, such as instagram and our own tinyvox pro, are literally designed as "meta-" posters to several web 2.0 social services.  Web 3.0 as it were is _literally_ built atop Web 2.0, just as Web 2.0 was built atop (and acquired by) Web 1.0.  This meta- attitude towards web 2.0 clearly delineates a "version bump" imho.  AWESOME MANIFESTO. http://tinyvox.com/yFN

2 years, 3 months ago on Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile

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