By Zoli Erdos on October 26, 2010
I envy software marketing types. They get to stay kids forever: pull pranks and even get paid for it.:-) Today’s example comes courtesy of TechCrunch: PayPal competitor WePay dropped a 600lbs ice block at the entrance of the Paypal developer conference. They got chased away and Moscone security removed the ice block. My question: who […]
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By Chris Selland on June 3, 2010
This past weekend I ran the largest Memorial Day youth soccer tournament in the country – and ran it almost entirely online. This post describes some of the tools and technologies which helped our event to be a HUGE success.
By Phil Wainewright on January 22, 2010
A phrase that instantly intrigued me when I had a pre-brief of Box.net’s new announcement this week (all Techmeme coverage) was the vendor’s newly coined notion of ‘cloud content management.’ VP of marketing Jen Grant (who I’ve interviewed previously here in a podcast) explained that Box is using the term to denote the application of […]