Monthly Archives: July 2006

Who Will Buy YouTube?

Just saw an article on Zdnet talking about the six most likely companies to buy YouTube. In it it sites all the buzz around the company having a market value of around $1 billion. See what that says, it says … Continue reading

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Businesses Jumping on the YouTube Wagon

It appears several websites are jumping on the YouTube wagon. No, they are not promoting YouTube, they want some of the content YouTube has been getting, user submitted videos, such as the ones mentioned in this article, Pentagon Watching Youtube … Continue reading

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Top 100 Digg Profile for Sale on eBay

Here’s another for the I told you department, a top 100 profile from Digg is now up for bid on eBay. The profile for sale is the Digg username GeekForLife. The user has submitted 748 Digg stories, 39 of which … Continue reading

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Entourage Extras from Cingular

A few of my favorite shows are from HBO, the Sopranos, Rome, Deadwood and Entourage. Cingular is going to offer some additional content from one of the shows characters, Johnny Drama. Victory! Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. cellphone service, … Continue reading

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Deleting Online Predators Act (DOPA) Passes the House

US House Resolution 5319, the Deleting Online Predators Act (DOPA), was passed by a 410 to 15 vote tonight. If the Resolution becomes law social networking sites and chat rooms must be blocked by schools and libraries on those institutions … Continue reading

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In This Corner…

In the latest round of free publicity for [tag]Jason Calacanis[/tag] and Netscape, Kevin Rose has responded to the Everybody’s Gotta Eat post where he said he was going to pay 12 diggers, Reddit users, newsvine users, etc, $1000 a month … Continue reading

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Media Pushing YouTube Valuation at 1 Billion

This is ANOTHER of those ridiculous stories about how much some of these web 2.0 companies are worth, today‚Äôs story is YouTube. According to this piece from the NYPost, YouTube founder Chad Hurley just pushed his companies value to 1 … Continue reading

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THE Top 10 Coolest Lego Creations

Need I really say more? We all loved them when we were little, and still like them today, Legos! I WILL build me one of those rubber band guns, don’t think I won’t. That would’ve been the coolest thing in … Continue reading

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Chris & Leo Want to Bring Back TechTV

Chris Pirillo and Leo want to bring back TechTV and they need your help! Go here and here if you have any ideas, or software that would make it easy for them to get started online, Chris invisions somewhere everyone … Continue reading

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San Diego Comic Con

Anyone who knows me, knows I’m a geek, a collector and comic book buff. One of these days I am going to make to the biggest comic book convention on the planet, the San Diego Comic Con. Of course it’s … Continue reading

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