testing new install of MT
Meetup.com co-founder and CEO Scott Heiferman said at last night’s NY New Technology Meetup, (for which Scott is the Organizer) today Meetup will receive an investment from a “top 3” internet firm. No word on Google News or on Meetup’s Blog.
I’m anxious to hear the news, and hopeful that it is great for Scott, whom I’ve known for around 10 years, since the early days of the WWWAC group.
Update: It’s Ebay! Ebay has invested in (but not bought) Meetup! Congrats all!!!!
If I were to put out a ‘family pc’ or ‘family mac’ (have to be polically correct about PC) and wanted both my wife and I to be able to hear IM buzzes if they happened, is there a way to be signed in on one user login, and have two IM clients going?
For example, have AIM, Y! and MSN logged in for person A, and GAIM logged in for person B? Will the protocols conflict?
Userland software took down all the old weblogs – no notice. My howardgr.editthispage.com is gone – including my tale of my experience on 9/11.
An email asking for a fee or offering a download of the data would have been nice.
No, I haven’t touched it for a while. Yes, I would have liked to have it. Thanks to Scoble for pointing it out.
Actually, it’s not nothing – in that they have been hosting this data for a while. A little notice goes a long way, though.
Tristan Louis, from the home office in New York, New York, with the (very intelligent and not-at-all-Dave-Letterman-like) Signs of a Bubble.
Required reading for the intelligent, post-dot-com-bubble investor, job-seeker, trend watcher.
At the bottom of the list is the belief that the poster child for a particular bubble can do no wrong. This is generally a feeling that starts within a company, as it starts believing its own slogans and press. As the bubble starts to inflate, the poster child traditionally starts receiving more coverage from the mainstream media and being presented as a new type of company that can do no wrong.
Hmmm, now who could he be talking about? Let’s Google it and find out…