Category Wired

Adweek Releases It’s 2007 “Digital Hot List”

Facebook Tops MySpace on AdWeek Digital Hot List 2007

Nielsen/NetRatings backed selections from Adweek’s list for 2007. Are these on your everyday list?

(Via Epicenter – Wired Blogs.)

After Selling Opsware, Andreessen Turns to His Third Startup, Ning

I’m a huge fan of Marc Andreessen. His blog is one of the first things I read daily. He’s a success story from the wild, wild west days of the Dot.Boom and has gone on from Netscape to start (sell) and focus on new companies. He started Ning (with a partner) in 2005, which I think shows that he still has a critical eye for what the next net commodity will be. I’ve set up a couple of Ning Networks for clients and am trying to get motivated to work on one that focuses on Mac software, services and developers.

After Selling Opsware, Andreessen Turns to His Third Startup, Ning

TECH BIZ START-UPS

After Selling Opsware, Andreessen Turns to His Third Startup, Ning
By Adario Strange 08.01.07 | 2:00 AM
“When Hewlett-Packard acquired Opsware for $1.6 billion in cash last week, it changed the reputation of serial entrepreneur and web pioneer Marc Andreessen forever.
Andreessen was the golden boy of the internet’s early days, but Microsoft eventually pummeled his first company, Netscape Communications, into a decidedly secondary market position. When he launched Loudcloud in 1999 without any immediate or obvious payoff potential, Andreessen’s critics had a field day.”

(Via Wired.com)