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Please Welcome Our Newest Columnists, MG Siegler And Michael Arrington

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We’ve already talked extensively about how we handle guest posts these days — we publish one-off articles from people in the community who have something new and meaningful to say on tech topics. But we’ve also been building up a roster of regular columnists, like Steve Gillmor, Jon Evans and Devin...
Please Welcome Our Newest Columnists, MG Siegler And Michael Arrington

MG Siegler Joins Up With Google Ventures

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Mr. Siegler. (Photo: LinkedIn) A year and a half after bailing on the blog life during the Great TechCrunch Conflagration of ’11, MG Siegler is wading deeper into the world of venture capital. He announced today that he’s heading to Google Ventures as a general partner. He’ll join Kevin Rose and Wesley Chan,...
MG Siegler Joins Up With Google Ventures

Breaking Through Cloud Addiction

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Editor’s Note: Alexander Haislip is a marketing executive with cloud-based server automation startup ScaleXtreme and the author of Essentials of Venture Capital and The Modern Business Guide to Panel Discussions. Follow him on Twitter. Cloud computing has become a lot like the Hotel California: Once you pick a provider you can check out anytime you want...
Breaking Through Cloud Addiction

Fired! Cleartrip discharges Buzz PR after "three strikes" of spamming

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Travel booking website Cleartrip has announced that it has broken up with its public relations agency Buzz PR after the latter was found to have been spamming bloggers. Travel booking service Cleartrip  claims to maintain strict policy of not sending customers unwanted emails. This is central to the firing of Buzz PR,...
Fired! Cleartrip discharges Buzz PR after "three strikes" of spamming

Is Amazon the Hotel California of Web services?

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Amazon CTO Werner Vogels had some words of wisdom Thursday for IT customers: “You should keep your providers on their toes every day. If we’re not delivering the right services you should walk away.” No watching AWS Summit would disagree with that sentiment. But many questioned exactly how easy...
Is Amazon the Hotel California of Web services?
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