My version of Quickbooks 2007 for Mac is basically having errors on Snow Leopard. Things in my American Express expense ledger are showing “Overflow.” Otherwise, the program works just fine, as far as I’m concerned. The fine folks at Intuit tech support tell me I have to buy a new version (>$199). Glad to know […]
An update from the CharitySmackdown 2009. CHARITY SMACKDOWN:: Celebrities Compete, Charities Win www.charitysmackdown.com Update:: PayPal will donate an additional $5,000 to the winning team! So, it is even more important that you take a few minutes, go to the Call to Action page, and Donate. Again, why do I Stand Up to Cancer? In May […]
I hadn’t posted this previously, but this is an interview by John Havens of Doc and me at the 10th anniversary of the ClueTrain book in New York. We discuss the Clue Train 10 years later, and how much of what was predicted actually came true.
In case you were too busy preparing Turkey last week, I’ll give a basic review of the issue. Facebook’s Beacon program (already questioned as a possible “Privacy Nightmare” by GigaOm) lets users share their own data about what they like and dislike with other facebook users. An example might be Fandango or other movie service […]
Wow, Doc Searls is fired up about the potential Google phone, based on the Business Week story. Bweek talks about targeted ads popping up on your mobile as you go through the world, but based on your preferences and actual behaviors. Doc’s take: He wants to tell advertisers what he wants, not be made into […]