Jeff Nolan's take on innovation, entrepreneurship, tech and stuff that interests me
It’s only a matter of time before coin slots and a timer start appearing on the lavatories. At least when Ryanair does things like charge for checked bags they reduce ticket prices. Airlines to Begin Charging for Amenities: Airlines are starting to charge for many services that once were free â€” such as assigned seating, [...]
Matt just put up a great article on Prosper, I know I just wrote about this company last week but I can’t stop thinking about it. Larsen really is on to something here by filling a gap left wide open by banks… the place you used to go for small loans before everyone start draining [...]
Looking for office space? You can probably get a pretty good deal in San Mateo. Oracle dumps space on Peninsula – San Francisco – MSNBC.com: Oracle Corp. is flooding the Peninsula market with more than 800,000 square feet of office space, nearly doubling vacancy rates in San Mateo County and potentially driving down rents.
My Web 2.0 in the Enterprise Wiki project is showing some nice growth, but I’m still light on individual company content and I’m really keen to build this out. I add company details on a regular basis and add new companies when I find them, but I could really use your help. Please take a [...]
WTF is up with this? Leave it to Hollywood to screw up the one thing that was working pretty well for them… DVD’s. GigaOM : Â» Download, Burn, Almost Play (That) DVD: Major studios are now offering movies on these services for downloading and burning on a DVD – which is good move only if [...]
Jack Thorogood sent me this last month and I just haven’t had time to really play with it. Swapzies (need a better name) is a site that serves as a single point of storage for online media, and as a byproduct enables sharing and the notion of channels as represented by what other people have. [...]
Kind of interesting how we are seeing clusters of these innovations happen in parallel. In addition to ajaxSketch (personally, I’d just wish that Robertson would do one app well rather than a bunch of crappy apps), there is Gliffy. I have been using the beta version of Gliffy and find it pretty easy to navigate, [...]