Google+ The World 2 Come: April 2007

Monday, April 30, 2007

Report of the Day: 2007 Digital Fact Pack

Keywords: Advertising Age

"It's becoming critical to stay atop the digital media and marketing space, but the pace of technological change is making it increasingly difficult. That's why we've again pulled together the important data and trends to serve as a guide to marketing in this space.

This, our second annual Digital Fact Pack, is full of fascinating numbers."
Source: AdAge.com

Bookmarks:
del.icio.us/Monten/marketing
del.icio.us/Monten/media
del.icio.us/Monten/advertising
del.icio.us/Monten/report
del.icio.us/Monten/research
del.icio.us/Monten/internet
del.icio.us/Monten/search
del.icio.us/Monten/web2.0
del.icio.us/Monten/video
del.icio.us/Monten/SNS

See also:
Report of the Day - The World 2 Come

Audio of the Day: WallStRadio


Lots of podcasts on business, finance, economics and investing:

WallStRadio
http://radio.wallst.net/
[via Internet Outsider]

See also:
Audio of the Day - The World 2 Come

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Company of the Week: Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

"Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) NYSE: SAI was the largest employee-owned research and engineering firm in the United States. It was founded by Dr. J. Robert 'Bob' Beyster in 1969 in La Jolla, California, as Science Applications Incorporated. As of 2006, SAIC employed over 43,000 employees and reported $7.8 billion in revenue, making it number 285 on the Fortune 500 list."
Source: Wikipedia

Corporate site:
saic.com

News & Blogs:
SAIC - Topix

Blogs:
SAIC - SeekingAlpha
SAIC: Serving up technical solutions for Uncle Sam - BloggingStocks
SAIC - Defense Industry Daily

Finance:
SAI - Google Finance
SAI - Yahoo Finance

Insight:
Washington's $8 Billion Shadow - vanityfair.com

Video:
The Defense Industry - Wallstrip

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Video/Audio of the Day: Pop!Casts

Keywords: Pop!Tech

"New. Portable. World changing. Now you can take the energy and inspiration that is Pop!Tech with you anywhere. Pop!Casts let you join the conversation and engage in the extraordinary work that had its start in Camden, Maine. Are you ready to accept the challenges issued by the thinkers and innovators who move Pop!Tech audiences, year after year?"
Source: Pop!Tech
[via Lunch over IP]

People:
- Thomas Friedman
- Neil Gershenfeld
- Thomas Barnett
- Chris Anderson
- Richard Dawkins

See also:
Video of the Day - The World 2 Come
Audio of the Day - The World 2 Come

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Blog of the Day: The Long Tailpipe - Shai Agassi's Blog

Keywords: Shai Agassi


Shai, I'm happy to see that you have joined the blogosphere! I'm sure that your next endeavours will be as successful and impactful as your previous achievements.

Shai Agassi is blogging on enterprise software and alternative energy:

The Long Tailpipe - Shai Agassi's Blog
http://shaiagassi.typepad.com/
[via Between the Lines/ZDNet.com]

Video:
Davos 07 - Shai Agassi SAP - Loic Le Meur blog

Audio:
Shai Agassi - Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders

See also:
Blog of the Day - The World 2 Come

Friday, April 13, 2007

Resource of the Day: DjVu Zone Digital Library

Keywords: DjVu

"You are entering the DjVu Zone Cybrary (or Digital Library), that contains over 1300 pages of very diverse material. Each item in the list below contains several eye candies in DjVu. The documents range from renaissance printed leaves to the latest scientific papers, from comics to financial documents, from mail-order catalogs to restaurant menus, from Gutenberg's Bible to Thomas Jefferson's handwriting."
Source: DjVu Zone Digital Library

See also:
Resource of the Day - The World 2 Come

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Company of the Week: EMI

"The EMI Group (LSE: EMI) is a British music company comprising of the major record company EMI Music which operates several labels, based in Brook Green in London, England, and EMI Music Publishing, based on Charing Cross Road, London. EMI Music is one of the Big Four record companies, making it among the largest in the world."
Source: Wikipedia

Corporate site:
emigroup.com

News:
EMI - Topix

Blogs:
EMI Group - SeekingAlpha
EMI - Blogging Stocks
EMI - padContent.org

Finance:
EMI Group - Google Finance

Sunday, April 01, 2007

Company of the Week: SAP

"SAP is the largest software company in Europe and the third largest in the world. It ranks after Microsoft and IBM in terms of market capitalization. SAP is also the largest business application and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution and software provider in terms of revenue."
Source: Wikipedia

Corporate site:
sap.com

News & Blogs:
SAP - Topix.net

Blogs:
SAP - SeekingAlpha
SAP - Enterprise Irregulars
SAP - Blogging Stocks

Finance:
SAP - Google Finance
SAP - Yahoo Finance

Video:
Inside SAP Labs Bulgaria - Google Video