July 15th 2010 | bryan
A Microsoft executive states:
It looks like the iPhone 4 might be their Vista, and I’m okay with that…
Like MG says, I have a feeling that you’re going to regret that statement. How’s that Windows Mobile business going?
Cross-posted at bryanstrawser.com.
Bryghtpath LLC, the owners of Telegraphik, have announced the sale of shadowpriest.com to an Australian corporation for an undisclosed sum.
We previously covered the pending sale a few days ago…
Is the sky blue?
Most of the business leaders I spoke to had voted for Barack Obama. They still admire him. Those who had met him thought he was unusually smart. But all think he is, at his core, anti-business. When I asked for specifics, they pointed to the fact that Obama has no business executives in his Cabinet, that he rarely consults with CEOs (except for photo ops), that he has almost no private-sector experience, that he’s made clear he thinks government and nonprofit work are superior to the private sector. It all added up to a profound sense of distrust.
Fareed Zakaria in today’s New York Times
I’m pleased to take a brief moment to introduce Bryan Strawser, who blogs at bryanstrawser.com, who will join Telegraphik as an occasional contributor. Bryan has a long history with social media, blogging, and technology, and has been a silent partner in many of our efforts over the years.
I think you’ll find his contributions interesting and enlightening. Welcome, Bryan!
Our firm, Bryghtpath LLC is selling one of our sites – Shadowpriest.com, the leading World of Warcraft class forum for Shadowpriests.
You can read more about the sale at our blog post at our corporate website, in this thread on Shadowpriest.com, or visit the auction for the site at Flippa.
Chris Brogan posted about 20 blog topics to get you unstuck last week.
Iâ€™m often asked how I come up with so much content so often and so consistently. One truth is that I write all the time, and that my discipline of writing all the time means Iâ€™m more practiced and skilled.
Here’s a few:
- What challenges are my potential customers facing. Do I have any advice for them?
- What have I read lately? What points were interesting? Can I add more to it?
- What bugs me? Can I write about another way to approach it?
I have a long list of private tags in del.icio.us where I keep ideas and interesting links that I can blog about down the road when the topic hits me – or when I’m stuck.
How do you get unstuck when you’re in a blogging slump?
Over at Daily Bits, you can find a list of 100 sites to download all sorts of things.
Great resource where I found many sites and resources that I’ve not seen before… well worth the visit.