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Archive for December 7th, 2006

Pause time

Posted by rexdixon on December 7, 2006

Won’t be around until later in the evening. So… time for a pause..

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Mr. Business Golf – on the seminar tour in 2007!

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openkapow is now open

Posted by rexdixon on December 7, 2006

For users to grab 3openkapow.pngtheir own RSS robot. I will probably have to give this a go later on, but it does look very interesting at possibilities for new sites or just a nice place of your own. What else would you use it for though right? You can visit Kapow Technologies or jump on over to openkapow and get started.

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Posted by rexdixon on December 7, 2006

1pluggd.jpgPluggd is in the news again this morning, late last evening. You can read a nice write up over at OmNet’s new site or also at VentureBeat. I last talked about the company here. *post link note – Wow, has it been that far back? The blog was just in it’s infancy back then! haha! 🙂

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The Kids are Alright

Posted by rexdixon on December 7, 2006

Everything at News Corp is back to status quo now.

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Warped Tour site to die?

Posted by rexdixon on December 7, 2006

12warpedtour.PNGWarped Tour, which I know was music first, social network second –  is about to die according to the article I just read. I find it very interesting how some musicians were able to harness the power of the internet and then at the same time, let something die.

Clue time. Why kill a social network of fans that only is going to get bigger when the tour kicks off again next year? I think this is what social networks should be for. Perfect use of one. I hope that the owners of the site will reconsider, and keep the thing alive.

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