Draft Texas for the Pac 10

Recently, the Pac-10 announced it would explore conference expansion. Tied to this were negotiations for a new TV deal, and perhaps an exclusive station (a la Big Ten Network). This news comes on the heels of the Big 10 announcing it will expand to 12 (or more) teams in the

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Initial thoughts on “Google Buzz”

Facebook is shaking in its boots. They have a great platform, but haven’t monetized it yet. And then Google swoops in with a tremendous value proposition called “Buzz.” In short: Integrates various programs inside and outside of Google, including Gmail, Picasa, Twitter, and Reader No friend-ing needed. People you email

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“The Conversation” gets it right

I’ve never been a fan of talk radio. Both sides (liberal and conservative) rant and rave about their positions and don’t listen to other perspectives. There’s no incentive to present facts or honest debate because that’s not what sells – the bombast always wins out, whether it’s Al Frankin or

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East Coast bias on Twitter

There is such an East Coast Bias on Twitter. As far as the subject matter goes, it’s no worse than any other medium. But I’m talking about when people tweet: See that spike between 9 and 10 am EST? Twitter users on the east coast can basically wake up and

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Kudos Kevin Wallace

After reading plans for light rail transit in Bellevue, all I can say is kudos to Kevin Wallace. Not only did he bring fresh ideas to Bellevue City Council, but he also averted disaster, avoiding a $500 MM investment in an unnecessary tunnel. Here’s Kevin’s plan for light rail in

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