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Google bulks Google+ for businesses, launches public 'full preview mode' with bevy of features

Lot18 Lays Off 35 Percent of Its Staff: Pivots from High-End Flash Sales to Regular Old Direct Response

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Mr. Sung (Photo: LinkedIn) Lot 18, the troubled New York-based wine sales marketplace, is once again booted another batch of staffers. AllThingsD broke the news that the company laid off 25 employees this morning, cutting approximately 35 percent of its staff. This brings the total employees to 46, about half as many as...
Lot18 Lays Off 35 Percent of Its Staff: Pivots from High-End Flash Sales to Regular Old Direct Response

Wine Site Lot18 Downsizes Again: UK Operations To Shut Down This Week

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Lot18, the New York-based startup that runs a members-only website selling high-end wine, will be shutting down its UK operations at the end of this week and laying off the six employees that worked there. Lot18 launched its UK operations just four months ago, in early March. Lot18 announced the...
Wine Site Lot18 Downsizes Again: UK Operations To Shut Down This Week

Cheers! Amazon debuts a dedicated (US-onl)y marketplace for wine

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Online retail giant Amazon today announced the addition of a dedicated marketplace for wine. The company will offer customers “more than a thousand wines” from wineries across the United States. Starting today, people can have up to six bottles of their favorite wine shipped for $9.99. At launch, shipping will...
Cheers! Amazon debuts a dedicated (US-onl)y marketplace for wine

Extole Wants to Know Your Feelings While Shopping

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Social marketing management platform, Extole, has just rolled out another update to their consumer-to-consumer measurement platform. The social monitoring site that last week launched Facebook’s Open Graph as well as deeper product reactions – such as “Want,” “Try,” and “Recommend” — is now offering Social Referrals. Simply put, if you...
Extole Wants to Know Your Feelings While Shopping
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The Co-Working Generation Takes Manhattan

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For eight months, since the inception of the co-working space Alley NYC in Midtown, Harry Raymond was hard at work on the 17th floor of 500 Seventh Avenue with his team developing Shindig, an iPhone app that helps users identify liquors, wines and cocktails. Mr. Raymond, co-founder and chief executive...
The Co-Working Generation Takes Manhattan

Wine.Woot : One Week, Two Wines, Three Deals (SM)

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Wine.Woot : One Week, Two Wines, Three Deals (SM)

Get Ready for Some Pictures, Folks

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A wine we enjoyed last weekend. I’ve become increasingly troubled by the “data traps” springing up all over AppWorld and the Internet, and while I’ve been pretty vocal about their downsides, I also use them quite a bit – especially for photos. That, I hope, is about to end. However,...
Get Ready for Some Pictures, Folks

100 Washington Wineries to Follow on Twitter

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100 Washington Wineries to Follow on Twitter is a post from Chris PirilloIt’s no secret that I love a good glass of wine. I’ve even been known to attend a wine event or three. The more I talk about wine on Twitter, the more some of the fantastic Washington wineries...
100 Washington Wineries to Follow on Twitter

WOW: The 'Woot of Wine' Just Had A Million-Dollar Day

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What started out as a way for a family-owned wine store to offload its extra inventory has turned into one of the most-know sites on the 'net for wine lovers. On Wednesday, WinesTilSoldOut.com had its second-ever $1 million day, selling a whopping 87,000 bottles in one of its marathon...
WOW: The 'Woot of Wine' Just Had A Million-Dollar Day

Set Up a "Never Again" Folder to Track Mistakes [Organization]

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Most of us are more than happy to forget a screw up at work, a project that didn't pan out, or even a bad experience at a restaurant. Remembering your mistakes, screwups, and bad experiences, however, can keep future ones at bay.Over at the organization blog Unclutterer, they found these...
Set Up a "Never Again" Folder to Track Mistakes [Organization]

Vivino Raises $1M From Creandum, For Mobile Wine Cellar

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Vivino, a mobile wine app that allows users to keep track of wines they drink, rate them for future reference, and share their favorites with others, has raised $1 million in Series A financing from Creandum, the Nordic venture capital firm known for its early investments in Spotify, iZettle, and...
Vivino Raises $1M From Creandum, For Mobile Wine Cellar
Beer-loving serial entrepreneur Raghav Kher touts LetsPour

Google Apps for Education 20M strong, enterprise business 'especially strong in retail sector'

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During the Q3 2012 earnings call, Google software engineer Amit Singh just elaborated on the company’s enterprise business via Google+ (text version below): The latest on Enterprise business @ Google from #google earnings. More Fortune 500 companies are #gonegoogle Our Enterprise business continues to grow at an astounding pace as more and...
Google Apps for Education 20M strong, enterprise business 'especially strong in retail sector'

Facebook expands Gifts to entire US, adds wines

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The world's largest social network has finally rolled out a gift-giving feature for all of its users in the United States. Launched back in September, Facebook Gifts allows users to send real physical gifts to their friends, and the service is now available for all US users. Users can now...
Facebook expands Gifts to entire US, adds wines
The Week in Wine, 5.26 Edition
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Centellino Wine Aerator / Decanter Review

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Centellino Wine Aerator / Decanter Review is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedYou know I love wines and wine gadgetry. For that reason, the people at Centellino sent me their newest aerator to review. Instead of drinking...
Centellino Wine Aerator / Decanter Review
How to price your startup's product right -- the first time

Deep-Pocketed Wine Site Lot18 Cuts 11 Employees, Scales Back After Heady Expansion

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Mr. James. (Photo: Crunchbase) New York-based Lot18 may have gotten ahead of itself there for a bit. The members-only flash sales site for wine, which raised a total of $44.5 million from investors, is down to 70 employees after a reorganization that was finalized internally today. The company is cutting 11 employees and...
Deep-Pocketed Wine Site Lot18 Cuts 11 Employees, Scales Back After Heady Expansion

Meet Swirl It, A Location-Focused iOS App For Wine Drinking And Discovery [TCTV]

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Amidst all this coverage of snazzy new products from big established companies, it’s always a huge breath of fresh air to talk to the little guys — budding entrepreneurs passionately making clever new apps and services. In many ways, these are the people that actually keep the tech industry...
Meet Swirl It, A Location-Focused iOS App For Wine Drinking And Discovery [TCTV]

laughingsquid: Cannibal Chianti & Suit Yourself Pinot...

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laughingsquid: Cannibal Chianti & Suit Yourself Pinot Grigio, 'Silence Of The Lambs' Wines by Alamo Drafthouse Brilliant. Can't wait for the Drafthouse to open in San Francisco....
laughingsquid: Cannibal Chianti & Suit Yourself Pinot...

Apps Rush: Google Drive, Kinect Star Wars for iPad, Angry Birds Space, Naked Wines, Lil' Kingdom and more

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What's new on the app stores on Wednesday 25 April 2012A selection of 13 new apps today:Google DriveGoogle's long-rumoured cloud storage service has finally been unveiled, complete with an Android app to access photos, documents, videos and other files stored on Google Drive, while also uploading from the device. An...
Apps Rush: Google Drive, Kinect Star Wars for iPad, Angry Birds Space, Naked Wines, Lil' Kingdom and more

Gary Vaynerchuk teams up with WunWun to deliver wine on demand in NYC for one day only

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Social media and wine connoisseur Gary Vaynerchuk has partnered with WunWun to deliver bottles of wine on demand across New York City, just for today. In case you haven’t heard, WunWun is a New York-based startup that makes you feel like you have your own personal assistant — it provides both on-demand deliveries like...
Gary Vaynerchuk teams up with WunWun to deliver wine on demand in NYC for one day only

Foodie favorite Forkly finds food-friendly photo filters and fantastic, fresh features

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Since its release, Forkly has become my go-to app for food-spotting and recommendations. Its clean, slick design had me as a fan from the first time that I used it, so it’s great to see that the team has added some new features to make a great app even  better....
Foodie favorite Forkly finds food-friendly photo filters and fantastic, fresh features

Hello Kitty Wines | Incredible Things

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Hello Kitty Wines | Incredible Things
Facebook Gifts Available To Tens Of Millions Of Users In Time For Holidays -- Fab, Lindt, Pandora And Others On Board

Amazon Uncorks New Wine Category

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Amazon is officially entering the wine business, making more than a thousand wines available starting today. While Amazon’s wine store emphasizes search and editorial content, the trick with selling wine online is dealing with all the individual state requirements. In Amazon’s case, wine will be delivered direct from the winery...
Amazon Uncorks New Wine Category

Exetel’s John Linton passes away

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Exetel founder John Linton has passed away from an “intensive stroke” after having lunch yesterday. The news was communicated by the company on his blog by his son James Linton, adding that the company plans to continue. Linton started Exetel as a consultancy company in the 1990s, before it...
Exetel’s John Linton passes away
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