Oct 17 – You See Sneakers, These Guys See Hundreds Of Millions In Resale Profit by Lisa Chow Shirod Ince sat at the front of a line of more than 100 people, mostly guys in their early 20s, on a……

Oct 10 – October 10, 2014 We have created a political abnegation bumper sticker! via Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (updated daily) Oct 10 – Error’d: Do the Math by Mark Bowytz “These car shades I found at Walmart were made…

Oct 03 – Data via xkcd.com Oct 03 – The Herculean Effort Taken By One Group To Show Hollywood Is Sexist by Walt Hickey Anecdotally, many believe that Hollywood is sexist. For example, can you name five female-led action… via…

Sep 24 – LEGO: putting community first with five inspiring social campaigns by Christopher Ratcliff LEGO makes for a brilliant and satisfying case study for hundreds of reasons. It helps that it’s on… via Posts from the Econsultancy blog Sep…

Sep 19 – Error’d: Best. Soup. Ever. by Mark Bowytz “Mmmm…Nothing hits the spot quite like a big bowl of Cream of SQL Soup,” writes Andrew J. … via The Daily WTF Sep 08 – Google to Host Meetings Across…

Sep 09 – Google on ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Tour Google kicked off a European tour to discuss the future of Internet privacy, as it seeks to thread a… via WSJ.com: Technology Sep 12 – Has Expanded Replay Worked Well…

Sep 04 – Michael Bloomberg Returning to Run Bloomberg LP Less than a year after leaving office as mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg will return as he… via WSJ.com: Markets Sep 04 – Automotive online: the Japanese big…

Aug 22 – E-Commerce Is Bleeding Out Into Mobile by Kevin Hillstrom Yesterday, I talked about how retail is bleeding out into e-commerce. I see it in so many projects. … via Kevin Hillstrom: MineThatData Aug 22 – How Twitter…

Aug 19 – A look inside Amtrak’s excellent content marketing strategy by Christopher Ratcliff Amtrak is the intercity train service run by The National Railroad Passenger Corporation, connecting… via Posts from the Econsultancy blog Aug 19 – When the Path…

Aug 14 – Close variant matching for all exact and phrase keywords by Rob Newton People aren’t perfect spellers or typists. In fact, at least 7% of Google searches contain a misspel… via Inside AdWords Aug 15 – Best Buy…