Business Week article says Facebook execs are selling their shares.
2 interesting things
1. There really isn’t supposed to be a market for this, and VC firms frown upon this. Apparently FB is addressing this internally.
2. The valuation is around $3.5 – $5 billion. That’s way below the $15 billion valuation Microsoft paid.
I used trends and it gave some interesting glimpes into what people were searching for. Now Google just announced yet another beta product – Insight for Search.
“Today, we’re launching Google Insights for Search, a new product designed with the advertiser in mind. It provides more flexibility and functionality for advertisers and marketers to understand search behavior, and adds some cool new features like a world heat map to graphically display search volume and regional interest.”
Now let’s see what we can do with it…
Hasbro/EA is now fixing the Scrabble application.
I’m all for using the word “Beta” on something that is not complete, but the application was “pre-Alpha” at the most. It was not ready for the scale of users on Facebook.
Beta would typically be updated and bug-fixed, but it would not be completely removed for reworking.
I’ve been asked by many people about my firefox setup, so here it is.
I use the latest versions where possible and rely on the auto updates from the developers.
Portable Firefox – so I can move it move it when necessary and run off a flash drive
I run the latest version and it does auto updates.
Foxmarks – for bookmark syncing
Better Gmail – I enable macros for the keyboard shortcuts
Better GCal – it just looks nice
CookiePie – for tab context cookie management. I run my personal gmail and my business gmail from one browser.
Grandcentral – to make calls from my browser
del.icio.us – for bookmark management
Stylish – for more customization. I use the Redesigned skin by Globex Designs
Greasemonkey – for more customization
Google Notebook – for my many notes to myself