"You can write todos, notes, reminders and even get the possibility to create events in your Backpack calendars.
QuickPack supports Growl, so you will get a handy confirmation."
"Since the zBoost works in the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands, your favorite mobile carrier in the U.S."
"These platforms facilitate conversation. Conversation leads to relationships and relationships lead to affinity."
"Blogging writers at Business 2.0 magazine recently received their first checks based how many hits their blogs received in the first three months of the year, says editor Josh Quittner. A handful... received checks in the area of $2,000 to $2,500."
"Fully 76% of U.S. Internet users earning more than $150,000 read blogs, up from 57% two years ago, according to a survey by the Luxury Institute. Some 24% are bloggers, up from 18% in 2005. Also, 55% of wealthy Web users communicate via IM."
"For mobile advertising and marketing to reach its highest revenue potential, new business models still have to be worked out, according to a study by ABI Research. Carriers, advertisers and marketing companies are said to be "still testing the water."
"Ratings for on-air repeats are eroding, and a key reason is the relatively new phenomenon of networks letting audiences watch full episodes of shows online. One network exec admits: "You're training the audience to watch these shows on other platforms."
"Google is allowing users to create personalized online maps that can include notes, photos and videos from YouTube. The new MyMaps service also lets users mark locations and plot routes."
"Microsoft is considering new distribution models for its Zune media player, including offering the device at next to no cost for consumers who sign on for subscription plans."
"One in three Internet users report their purchase decisions are influenced by sites with social content, Amazon being the most influential, according to a report from iProspect and JupiterResearch."
"Yahoo and SanDisk are selling a digital music player that allows users to download songs wirelessly... The Sansa Connect, which costs $249.99, accesses Yahoo's online music service without linking up to a computer."
"Two years after it was acquired, About.com is a bright spot at the New York Times Co., which has been beleaguered by troubles in the newspaper industry. The unit's advertising revenue is up almost 50% from 2005."