Saturday, July 22, 2006

Review, review and review

Attention Economy

From blog of znet


Bookmarking tech articles:
Similiar to dzone.

Google gets into Binary Search

From PCWorld

A little-known capability in Google's search engine has helped security vendor Websense uncover thousands of malicious Web sites, as well as several legitimate sites that have been hacked, the company said today.

Friday, July 21, 2006

Bubble 2.0?

There are so many sites coming up almost every single day. And some of them, IMHO, just a random combination of some buzz words: social, tag/tagging, ajax...

For sure, down the road in few years, there are some winners will emerge to surface. But for the rest of them, they will just disappear.

It does not hurt to ride the tide. But just following the crowd will not lead to win.

Just my two cents. We will see :-)

And just found this Dead2.0.

Group Blogging is a site for GROUP blogging.

To start a social networking site?

Please rethink it again.

300+ social network startups in less then 2 years

And here is a new summary from TechCrunch:

Online Dating 2.0: Thirteen Sites To Find Love

Shop + Wiki

Shop + Wiki = Shopwiki.

I think it is a good idea.

I had a post of on line deal site before. Here are another two I just noticed


Gool ajax app:

Bezos Expeditions invests in 37signals

From 37signals:

Today we have a very special announcement to make: Bezos Expeditions, a personal investment company of Jeff Bezos, has made a minority private equity investment in 37signals.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Google’s Secret billion dollar revenue stream


From BurningDoor:
TechCrunch becomes the new F---edCompany-type site.

Top online properties and categories

From Yahoo:
comScore Media Metrix today released its monthly analysis of consumer activity at top online properties and categories.

Monday, July 17, 2006

Web2.0 Comliant?

Sunday, July 16, 2006


This is an great article about google.

"Skype Protocol Has Been Cracked"

According to Charlie Paglee.

Friendster's Patent Possibilities

From BusinessWeek: may be losing some of its "friends" to upstart But the old-school social-networking site just got something that MySpace lacks: a patent on—you guessed it—social networking.


Pud(Philip Kaplan)'s AdBrite is a good idea and sucessful site. Here is an article by The Wall Street Journal and the blog.

Here is an interview with Philip Kaplan.

And AdBrite network status.