I\’m working with a team on an experimental political web site called iCount.com. We\’ve done a soft launch and are getting some traffic from Google. There are big plans for this site (inspired by the Dean campaign, Meetup.com, MoveOn.org, and other cool and effective political sites) and motivated by a love for the greatest democratic nation in the history of the world, and a hope to keep it that way.
I had lunch yesterday with a close friend, Jim Ericson, who was my first marketing employee at Ancestry.com, back in 1998, just after he got his MBA from BYU. Everything Jim does works, and he has had success wherever he goes. We\’re hoping to work together again very soon.
CNET has a nice article today about how cell phones might one day replace mini mp3 players like the Apple iPod, but they probably won\’t have hard drives that can store thousands of songs for at least 18 months. Still, a future world where billions of people carry cell
If you think your company might someday consider outsourcing certain job functions to India, or if you might someday sell products internationally, please read India Unbound. I read it last week and couldn\’t put it down.