If you care about #mobile and smartphones at all, it is crucial that you fully appreciate the depth of what is going on with Google’s Android strategy (which is why I’ve clipped a lot of key excerpts from this great post; by all means keep an eye on Bill Gurley, his stuff is usually excellent [...]

BusinessInsider recently published “STEVE BALLMER’S NIGHTMARE: How Microsoft’s Business Actually Could Collapse”. And while you may think that this is an extreme scenario used as linkbait (and by all means read their entire post as well), here are some data points that show that some of the pieces of the puzzle have already been falling [...]

As I’ve mentioned previously, I had been doing a lot of Curation over at Amplify.com, but the community there due to various issues is now nearly defunct (the arrival of Google+ for Interest Graph related discussions was partially responsible). And more importantly, the response time of Amplify has gotten so slow that I feel I [...]

Just as predicted by my recent post on “Why Creating A New Habit Is So Hard”, I haven’t quite been entirely able to lay off of the “Quick Hits” posts to Posterous.
Still working on modifying that habit to posting here instead… :)
Since we wouldn’t want you to miss anything important, these were [...]

Robert Scoble today brought up an interesting idea on one of his postings to Google’s new ‘Buzz’ service:

THE MOST PRODUCTIVE thing I’ve done this week is to use Gmail’s “More Actions/Filter items like these” to rid my inbox of spam and bacon emails, which makes my inbox much more useable.[...] I so want this same [...]

Stop Whining About How Elitist And Expensive TED Is [Just Because] You Didn’t Get Invited Feb. 15, 2010, 9:17 AM
>> Too bad you missed it! Larry Page gave everyone a free Nexus One.
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via Silicon Alley Insider.

(Minor edit for colorful language.)
What is amazing about this (the subhead sentence after the headline), is not what it says [...]

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