“In order to stay in existence, we changed many aspects of the service (needless to say, for the worse). We lost some of our favorite Blip DJs, users were extremely upset, and the community forever changed. To be honest, it totally sucked. My staff shrank to just me, my co-founder and part-time engineering help. We kept Blip going on a shoestring by running it out of my basement. @jeff”—Announcing FUZZ: Calling All Blippers in the US to Test New Product
Mobile is going to crush Facebook. The logic for Facebook’s price decline is that they have a problem in mobile. They can’t offer all the games they can in a browser. They can’t offer the same ads or branding opportunities. All true…
Unlimited data plans, Netflix mobile. All not true…
18th May 2012, New Delhi: More than 80 People Living with HIV across New Delhi who has prominent side effects of toxic Stavudine, came together for a Stavudine Phase-Out Festival demanding immediate phase out of toxic Stavudine (d4T) from India’s National Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) program….
“while it is easy to start a social network, it looks expensive to run a big one. Real assets need to be bought. Capital expenditures amounted to 30 per cent of revenues, or $1bn, at Facebook last year, and chewed up nearly half of revenues in the most recent quarter. Free cash flow return on assets is strong but Google’s is twice as high.”—
'like' Lex's 2 fundamental questions …
First: will Facebook become a part of everything that happens on the internet rather than just one digital tool among others?
Second: can Facebook change digital advertising as profoundly as Google has done in the past decade?