Great article on Josh Metnick and Chicago.com and his monetization of the domain.
Get past the fact that most of the names aren’t that good, it’s a very interesting look into the practice of picking a name by startups. Almost all of them are based on whether or not they can get the dot com
Google is try to protect personalized search and the return is your analytics is returning a (not provided) for many of your visitors, leaving you wondering what brought your customers
As a parent of a 12 year old I know this kid is mature beyond his years. At the same time I feel a “forced” adulthood in his speech and he seems to be trying to copy Steve Jobs. But he is still amazing for his age
I love looking back at the past and this isn’t too far back. Some are still going strong and others……….not as popular as they were in 2007
- How Much The Biggest Shareholders Will Make if Facebook’s IPO is North of $100 Billion (hint Zuckerberg $24 BILLION): Huffington Post
Numbers are too big for me to even dream about. I like to think I can make a few million but in reality I’m not going to create the world’s biggest social platform so I just smile when I read it.
People that say that money isn’t the key to life usually have plenty of it