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March 23, 2006

Links Du Jour

  • - Seems as if a little slacking goes a long way in making us more creative.
  • - Pickle Theory: The "perceived value" of your company, and how it goes up and down from when you start the enterprise to when you start making money.
  • - Wal-Mart Recruits Bloggers? Is Wal-Mart using bloggers to counter recent negative PR about the store?
  • - Cheap cold medicines like Sine-Off have often been the base for the creation of methamphetamine, but no more, as Sine-Off changes its formula and its brand to keep people clean. Will it really work?
  • - NCAA March Madness on Demand is in full steam, slamming the critics who sad that on demand video stream sports would never fly. 1.2 million video streams later, we find the doubters were wrong: we are indeed willing to watch sports on the laptop.

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Posted by William Lozito at March 23, 2006 9:48 AM
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William, thank you for your link to my blog. I’ll browse a bit more—there are some good posts here.

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