- Pew study confirms that Craigslist is killing newspaper revenue… duh.
- 70% of Fannie Mae loan modification re-default, maintaining consistency with historical averages. We’re from the government and we are here to help…
- Disintermediating the food supply chain, using the Internet to support local agriculture. I am a big fan of this, buy local whenever possible, not only is it supporting your community and getting a better product but you are “being green” in the process.
- What is holding back Google Apps in the enterprise?
- Thomas Sowell on how government policies made the housing crisis possible.
- Twitter as next Universal Business Panacea.
- Derivatives and the wisdom of crowds. (definitely read this).
- Media’s want to break free (as in the free content model).
- Mint considers selling anonymous data.
- Greg Gutfeld on media bias, intolerant liberals, the stupidity of Bill Maher, and why drugs really, really, really need to be legal.
- The Google algorithm for determining which employees don’t want to work there anymore... it’s really kind of creepy.
- Check out the latest with Drop.io, they have some pretty interesting sharing/collaboration tools.
- Things that could have killed me. Notice how the world seems a lot more dangerous for children despite massive efforts to make it safer? Increasing risks promotes better decision making.
- Ideeli, the Chicago Tribune’s shopping community. I dunno… I see why they are doing it but just copying what other shopping services have been doing for years doesn’t seem like a winning strategy.
Schwarzenegger gives us a lesson in what borrowing means, in case you were not clear, and says he’s not a big fan of it, despite years of promoting it as a solution to California’s budget fiasco.
Earlier today, the governor told reporters after a legislative prayer breakfast that he was not a big fan of borrowing.
“What it basically means is that you’re pushing it off to the future,” he said of state debt.