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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-03-04

Thought: Does #google miss vertical opportunities because their UI encourages clicking on the first few results? # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-26

How much should overhead ratios matter in non-profit org performance? Not a lot. http://t.co/JIA36rNT # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-12

I'm listening to Come Out And Play by The Moog Cookbook on MOG. @mogdotcom http://t.co/S67IEJX3 (ack its impossible to concentrate to this!) # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-05

Omg check it out: http://t.co/6txaCvp1 Antisocial network # There's quite a creative class brewing in Russia these days. Check this out: http://t.co/AbpUqFit # Internet application design tip: "This coupon will be available to print only once" is not enforceable on the internet. # @monkeybrainsnet down again in the mission # @marksbren @trambotours Happy to help. […]

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-01-29

#spotify Pick one: Create a thriving social app platform, or move to a paid-users-only model. # I just saw a "Digg this" link on a web site and was almost shocked. Things change fast on the consumer internet… # I love the #psykopaint intro video! http://t.co/CdAXgADW # #burningman seems to have maximized the level of […]

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-01-22

Help stop the censorship of the internet! Join the protest today in person or blackout your site! http://t.co/fK6p1liW via @TriKro # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-01-08

I liked this essay on leadership and education: http://t.co/REMwppAd # Spotify: No, those ads didn't make us money: http://t.co/oTCfAmgV # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-12-04

@windmiller Is that for guys or girls? # I just unlocked the "Fresh Brew" badge on @foursquare! Coffeecoffeecoffeecoffee. http://t.co/clnStK0B # If I gossip about people gossiping, what does that make me? # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-11-27

Just read a business plan that said that they were going to hire "ninjas" to make their product. Translate? # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-11-20

I'm at Gate 47 (at Terminal 1, SFO Airport, San Francisco) http://t.co/tg4W72jv # http://t.co/YzoIIuAb This depends a lot on your revenue model. In general, it's pretty hard to just sell recommender technology unless… # Faster-than-light neutrinos pass test #2 with flying colors: http://t.co/0NJpGBtX # http://t.co/1iRBMZI3 Close — I'll explain. Ecommerce companies have vendors providing recommender […]

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