Online: Mars mission: http://www.nasa.gov/mission—pages/msl/index.html
Mars mission: http://www.nasa.gov/mission—pages/msl/index.html
This is a ingenious reversal of the current internet based system of conducting sales, as implemented by eBay, Amazon or CraigsList. Now I can make the offer and be connected with the seller.
This is not the first time this idea has been fielded, but now for the first time the mechanisms for powering this new idea are mature, and fully utilized in the application.
Some in the audience will have a hard time adapting to the idea that this further promotes the armchair culture that is the earmark of the social networking inspired revolution that is occurring, but for the rest of us, it is great leap forward in the conduct of eCommerce.
Bo, Eric, Ian and their very talented team have hit this one out of the park!
Another scam involving Hollywood stars. They provide startup money, use their starpower to get the common Joe to invest and drive up the stock, then they pull their money out (along with any profits) and the stock plunges, leaving Joe holding the bag and worthless stock.
Not the first time this has happened (remember 50 cent’s scam a few months ago?
Sometimes things that seem like they will be a great benefit to society end up having serious drawbacks. This kind of reminds me of the much anticipated “paperless” office which didn’t really materialize as soon as people thought it might.
And changing systems used in the company every five minutes (when a new manager has to prove who’s in charge) and shifting employees around every five minutes doesn’t waste any time. Replacing experienced people with cheaper labor. Only being able to have meetings in the morning hours because we are a “world company”. Yea, our problem is email.
Apple’s numbers are greater than the household numbers because millions of iPad 1 owners lined up to buy iPad 2 on the first day it was released. And they’ll undoubtedly be in line to buy the iPad 3 the day it comes out.
Nielsen is not understating tablets. USA Today is overstating the impact of iPad. Yes, iPad is a success, but so was, say the Nintendo Wii, yet we don’t see a Nintendo headline in the Tech section almost every day.
It is an amazing thing. While Linked in is a great forum its cannot keeps its formatting consistent. Every day the appearance changes from rich test to html to unidentifiable. So entrepreneurs out there take heed, you don’t have to be perfect you only need millions of users