new post?

January 5, 2009

Gil at the Mobile Spoon asked me to expose my profile on blogger.

Personally – I don’t like blogger. I think that their platform is not friendly, so I chose wordpress. But I send Gil a bunch of links related to mobile and he keeps on insisting to use them on his site and to link back to me, so I decided to endulge him and expose my profile.

But now to expose my profile I noticed that I haven’t written anything on my blog for a long while. So the thing is that I have moved from work in the enterprise software market to the internet market and more so into the eCommerce market and things were really busy.

I will try to write again soon.


Windows live

May 18, 2008

I just saw this on mobilespoon – new windows live. I really liked the connection to gas prices. This area of maps, traffic, gas and more is progressing nicely. It’s no longer just about movies and restaurants.


introduction to start-up financing

October 23, 2007

I just saw this great post on start up financing: http://www.instigatorblog.com/an-introductory-guide-to-startup-funding/2007/10/17/


it’s not me, it’s facebook

October 17, 2007

I sent Scoble a friend invitation on facebook and he ignored me. I really want to see how he’s using facebook. After a day I started following his twitter and 2 minutes later he started following mine (which is very lame). I thought I am not cool enough – after all he has over 4000 friends, so why not me?

I now realized that it really wasn’t me, it was the 5000 friends limit in facebook. So I am still cool 🙂


facebook applications

October 13, 2007

I am playing with facebook applications for some time now, but still don’t quite get it. I did find a couple of nice ones that use the social network abilities, but most are just stupid games. But now I know that I am not alone. Robert Scoble, who’s a huge facebook fan just said the same thing. So now the only point is – go create next gen facebook app.


facebook vs. linkedin

October 13, 2007

I just witnessed what the difference between LinkedIn and Facebook is all about. I searched for Guy Kawasaki in both networks. In LinkedIn he has 225 contacts and I am 3 hops from him. On facebook he has 2774 friends and I am 6 hops from him. I guess that’s it’s not only the number of connections that you have, but rather type of people that you have as contacts.

Would be interesting to see how LinkedIn would work as a platform that would allow developing applications


ha?

October 1, 2007

I don’t get it