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11 months, 3 weeks ago on RSS Jedis: May the Force be With You

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Thanks for covering this. Im sure Twitter's promoted products will hurt Adwords in the long run.

1 year, 7 months ago on A brief experiment with Twitter ads

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Thanks for sharing. Very useful.

1 year, 7 months ago on Beyond the install: 10 keys to driving sustainable mobile user growth

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@mcarney by any international standards, two days is absolutely not fresh.

1 year, 8 months ago on New delivery option Fresh Dish gives a man a fish, and teaches him how to cook it

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Its still same as Packed foods. Not Fresh. Right?

1 year, 8 months ago on New delivery option Fresh Dish gives a man a fish, and teaches him how to cook it

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And IMHO, Path is still a glass of water, if not a drop, in the ocean of social world. At this moment, they are too small to be compared with other successful social products you have mentioned in your article.

1 year, 8 months ago on For me, Instagram isn’t the new Twitter. It’s a more functional Path

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It seems, Kevin Systrom wants to turn Instagram into a media company... lol

1 year, 8 months ago on For me, Instagram isn’t the new Twitter. It’s a more functional Path

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As Naval Ravikant of AngelList rightly said.. we are heading towards a world without big companies..

http://pandodaily.com/2012/11/16/are-we-becoming-a-world-without-big-companies/

1 year, 8 months ago on Out of the fire, into the sauna: How students power Finland’s startup ecosystem

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Even Facebook.

1 year, 8 months ago on Apparently everything is an enterprise company now

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What Naval thinks if it turns out to be true, im sure we will see lot of innovations in coming years. IMO, big companies only know how to kill innovation by buying small companies.

1 year, 8 months ago on Are we becoming a world without big companies?

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How different is this from Pinterest?

1 year, 8 months ago on South African shopping startup has one simple rule: No marketers allowed

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Great article! Thanks for sharing.

1 year, 10 months ago on Apple’s Next Act

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Great article. Techmeme is useful just because of human curation.

1 year, 11 months ago on Big Data Be Damned, The Web Still Needs a Human Touch

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Hey PandoDaily, you are awesome but could you please hide the Meebo toolbar at the bottom by default. It sucks. Atleast if i hide it once manually, you guys should set a cookie in my browser and keep it in hidden mode forever atleast for me.

1 year, 11 months ago on The Key To Developing on Twitter’s Platform Is Being Complementary

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News.me is already doing so well as a standalone product. Then why mash it up with a failed product?

1 year, 11 months ago on The Great Digg Experiment Begins Tomorrow — Will It Work?

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 @sarahlacy  Dear @jebbdykstra99 if you disagree with Sarah, you really have no idea about Facebook or Mark Zuckerberg.  This article uplifts Sarah's credibility among wise people in Silicon Valley. Abell's article was baseless and without any facts and din't make any sense at all.

Wall Street's obsessed with the next quarter and Zuck is thinking about next year. Don't forget this.

 

1 year, 12 months ago on Facebook Doesn’t Need a New CEO, Reuters Needs a New Technology Writer

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Sarah Great great post. I had such a negative feeling when i read his article yesterday. I also tweeted Kara Swisher and asked her what she thinks.

https://twitter.com/_anuj/status/228773761602686976

 

I was surprised to know that even Kara Swisher thought he made some good points.

 

RIP John C. Abell.

 

 

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1 year, 12 months ago on Facebook Doesn’t Need a New CEO, Reuters Needs a New Technology Writer

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Farhad, i just get the feeling Apple's Hay days are just beginning to shrink and Samsung is taking over the lead.

 

Lets look at some more numbers

Market share of smartphones in

2011 -  Apple 18.4%, Samsung 18.3%, Nokia 15.1%

2012 -  Apple 17.8%, Samsung 34.6%, Nokia 7.0%

 

Even though smartphone market slumped to its weakest growth in three years, i think Samsung is doing quite well.

Samsung sold 10 million Galaxy S3 in under 2 months. Galaxy S and Galaxy S2 had passed 50 million, while the Galaxy Note hit 7 million.

 

-Anuj

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1 year, 12 months ago on What If the Next iPhone Is A Miss? A Deep Dive Into Apple’s High-Wire Act

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 @SamCollab stop criticizing and start DOING something. You sound like a douche.

2 years ago on In It to Win It: Asana Raises $28M Series B, Peter Thiel Joins the Board

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 @SamCollab Dear friend, Great People make great products and build great companies.  If you take the founder out, any product or company will become average or rather will fail.

2 years ago on In It to Win It: Asana Raises $28M Series B, Peter Thiel Joins the Board

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Erin, how can people with spectacles wear these glasses?

2 years ago on What Will You Look Like in Google Goggles? Ditto Shows Us in 3-D

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Mick, i think the only way one can be a winner in Maps is by owning the Data. If you are aware of Google Maps 'Ground Truth' project that collects & owns geographic data by traversing the globe. Integrating crowdsourced data for maps becomes pain after a certain point. 

2 years ago on How Waze Can Beat Apple and Google at Realtime Maps

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Asana is one of the best internet products i have ever used. 

2 years ago on In It to Win It: Asana Raises $28M Series B, Peter Thiel Joins the Board

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I couldn't agree more. Yes, even i think phone is the equivalent of the web app and the mobile apps you have on your home screen are the features.

Facebook(and even twitter) should break its big gigantic web app into a bunch of small mobile apps.

2 years ago on The Key to Facebook’s Mobile Strategy: Smaller Apps

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Totally agree. Their Article titles suck. They make me click but most of the time their articles make no sense. It's hard to trust what they are saying is the "truth".

2 years, 1 month ago on Oddly Enough, I Don’t Hate Business Insider Because Of Its Brilliance

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I have been using prismatic since past few weeks. My experience have been good so far. Some of the things i think they can be better

1. When i browse my feed on prismatic, i have no idea when and where it is going to end. Its like browsing content from a ocean of content. 

2. When i subscribe to "Techcrunch"(or any other publishers feed) it would be great if you can order by time. By not doing this, you left me with a feeling that i might have missed something on techcrunch and that makes me go to techcrunch.com directly or go back to my feed reader.

3. It would be great if a "Search" box is added by default on homepage. I have to click on your "Interest" globe icon to do that. I was never aware of your Search box until my 9th or 10th visit to you site. Adding by default on homepage will make users search more and in turn follow more topics.

4. Is there a way i can follow "Authors"? Next to source link, you guys display the author name. If i can add my favorite authors to my interests, it would be awesome.

5. Is there a way i can discover what other users on your site are following? If you can connect me to those users who follow common interest with me, it will help me discover more topics of my interest.

 

2 years, 1 month ago on Finding News Is One Thing, Understanding It Is Another — Prismatic Does Both, and Fast

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Google entered china and other international markets only after their business model hit peak in US. Facebook is still struggling with their own business model(eg on mobile devices) in US. I think thinking about entering China is too early for them at this point of time. 

2 years, 1 month ago on Facebook Can Blame Google For Its China Problems

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