Archive for May 2008

Solving the Twitter Business Model Problem – Your Guess is Probably Better than Mine

TweetI’ve been fascinated by the blogosphere’s musings on Twitter’s downtime. I, for one, am relatively sympathetic toward their plight – there’s nothing tougher than trying to scale a system that’s growing quickly and has a very unpredictable, bursty traffic profile. And as much as I like and enjoy Twitter, it’s not a life-or-death kind of […]

Why the Enterprise Won’t Solve the Web 2.0 Revenue Problem

TweetI’ve seen a growing number of posts touting the enterprise as the next frontier for web 2.0. Heck, when I was at the Web 2.0 Expo in SF a few weeks back, the vast majority of the companies I saw listed as major sponsors for the event were those whose principal business was enterprise software. […]

Women 2.0 – Beyond the Spark (May 10th)

TweetThe team at Women 2.0 is putting on a great event this Saturday. More details are available below, including a discount code: Women 2.0 Presents: “Beyond the Spark” Conference May 10, 2008 at the Stanford Grill Meet entrepreneurs changing the world, investors supporting them AND the 5 finalists from the Women 2.0 Business Plan Competition. […]

Update on Social Gaming Summit – More Blog Posts to Come

TweetI haven’t been blogging too much lately. There are three main reasons why this is the case: 1. I’ve been really busy at Gaia. 2. Most of the posts I’ve had about technology are mildy acerbic and I’m trying to decide whether or not to post them. I think I will but give me a […]