It has been an odd and bumpy month for the Dudeletter. This odd dream I had has grown and shrunk over the years, with big ideas, colossal failures and a website so bad, even I got bored with it. However, as the muse struck me a little over a month ago, I realized that this
Dear Google and Facebook, As someone trying to start a small business that is an online magazine, my business model is based on the idea that people get to see my fresh content everyday. Then I, as the editor, adjust my content to their viewership. However, between the two of you that system is failing.
As the entire planet is clamoring to Get onto Google + and I am in the Beta, I will give you a full review soon, however, I did want to address a few things at the moment. First, Google+ and its privacy setting are no less evil than Facebook. I am sorry if Facebook hurt
So, for the those of you who notice stuff like this, I have been updating my site a lot more lately and am starting to think I may have found a system that works for me. So, now that I am working on it, I am working to build some buzz and revenue. In so
Facebook Said to Be Working on Phones With INQ for AT&T By Olga Kharif, Brian Womack and Greg Bensinger – Sep 22, 2010 Facebook Inc. is working with mobile-handset manufacturer INQ Mobile Ltd. on two smartphones that may be carried by AT&T Inc., according to three people familiar with the matter. The devices, which will
“The Chicago Tribune is reporting that Facebook has sued a tiny start-up called Teachbook.com over the use of ‘book’ in its name. The start-up, which has two employees, aims to provide tools for teachers to manage their classrooms and share lesson plans and other resources. ‘Effectively they’re bombing a mosquito here, and we’re not sure
“A lot of Facebook users going through divorces have learned a very costly lesson about their privacy settings. In fact, for many of them their Facebook pages helped lead to the divorce in the first place. More than 80% of the members of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers say they’ve used or run into
“One of Italy’s 100 most-wanted criminals, a vicious mafia boss who had been on the run for months, was betrayed by his passion for social networking and flushed out thanks to Facebook. Using the name ‘Scarface’ from the gangster movie starring Al Pacino, Pasquale Manfredi, 33, a boss of the the ferocious ‘Ndrangheta mafia organization