November 2012

  1. Evernote raises another $85M seeking to get short-termers out well before an IPO

    If Phil Libin ever writes a book on building Evernote, he says it'll be called "Good Problems to Have."

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the News desk

  2. All 485 Apple commercials in less than four minutes


    By David Holmes , written on

    From the News desk

  3. CodeWars, where development ninjas square off for honor (and possibly jobs?)

    Sharpen your developer swords because there’s about to be a Codewar. The newest concept out of Los Angeles is a gamified “Hacker Society” where coders compete, sharpen their skills, and earn respect. What’s more interesting is the opportunity for the site to produce a quantifiable metric for development ability – a “hacker score.” There might be a few groups willing to pay for that, wouldn’t you say?

    By Michael Carney , written on

    From the News desk

  4. Of a Kind expands beyond stuff that's, well, "of a kind"

    The name, Of a Kind, pretty much says it all. The bootstrapped two-year-old online boutique specializes in exclusive, limited edition goods from up-and-coming designers. It's always been a darling of the design world, precisely because of the exclusivity and curation behind its goods and its charming editorial features.

    By Erin Griffith , written on

    From the News desk

  5. Happy times for Google: Android gains on iOS in world's most important smartphone markets

    Despite the still-intense demand for any device that has an "i" at the front of its name, there are strong signs that Apple is ceding a good chunk of the global mobile market to Google. This trend is likely to accelerate as Asia starts to make the US market look less mighty.

    By Hamish McKenzie , written on

    From the News desk

  6. You hate her because she's a woman and a Republican: Marc Bodnick vociferously defends Meg Whitman

    Poor HP. It's damned if it handles a scandal by trying to take the highroad -- as was the case with Mark Hurd's ouster before things spiraled so out of control -- and it's damned if it handles a scandal by blasting the people it found responsible as in the case with the more recent Autonomy to do.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the News desk

  7. Native advertising will fail if it means "Let’s lie to the natives"

    As an advertising executive and popularizer of the term “post-advertising,” I begrudgingly accept “native advertising” as the latest buzzword du jour. Over the past month, the term has propagated across the pages (paper and virtual) of Techcrunch, Adweek, Advertising Age, PandoDaily, and so on. It’s even appeared on the UK blog of Econsultancy, though virtually no one in UK content marketing had heard the term “native advertising” when I asked around at an industry summit this week.

    By Kirk Cheyfitz , written on

    From the News desk

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