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Mark Evans

Member since: Aug 24th, 2007

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Gadling1 Comment
TUAW.com1 Comment
Download Squad2 Comments
Netscape Blog1 Comment
Blog Maverick1 Comment
The Jason Calacanis Weblog1 Comment

Recent Comments:

First Look: Tweetsville brings pro features to Twitter on iPhone (TUAW.com)

Nov 14th 2008 7:18AM I've been exploring a number of different options on the iPhone - I currently use Twitterrific - so I'm going to definitely check out Tweetsville.

Everywhere Magazine: Because travel is all around you (win a free subscription!) (Gadling)

Mar 26th 2008 10:12AM Sayulita, Mexico - a small town about 45 minutes south of Puerto Vallarta with a great and vibrant beach that attracts tons of surfers and boogie boarders, nice cafes, good restaurants and a few art galleries. When I was there, it constantly reminded me of a Jack Johnson CD.

The three business models that make Twitter a billion-dollar business in 12-24 months. (The Jason Calacanis Weblog)

Jan 2nd 2008 1:46PM So, it's all about the eyeballs, eh? Sounds like a Web 1.0 approach, and we all know what happened to many of the companies that pursued this route without a solid business plan. Maybe Twitter will stumble on a lucrative revenue stream but I think it's more of an investment play at this stage than a business.

End of Support for Netscape web browsers (Netscape Blog)

Dec 28th 2007 7:32PM Maybe Facebook should buy the Netscape assets to create the FBrowser. Or buy Flock - http://markevanstech.com/2007/11/21/the-facebook-browser/

Yahoo! launches new WordPress plugin (Download Squad)

Dec 13th 2007 10:33AM I'm not a big fan of the hover link feature. I think blogs such as TechCrunch have started using it but it's pretty annoying. And I wouldn't use the Yahoo plug-in from what you've described.

An Open Letter to Comcast and Every cable/Telco on P2P - updated (Blog Maverick)

Nov 21st 2007 7:09AM I think blocking all P2P traffic would be extreme given there are some legitimate services using the technology. As well, I think cablecos are doing a pretty good of throttling P2P traffic - offering a small country road to P2P users, and a highway for people surfing the web, using e-mail, etc.

Bigger is better: send files up to 2GB for free (Download Squad)

Aug 24th 2007 10:48AM YouSendIt works just fine, although I'd love a feature where you could add folders rather than individual files.