Tagged: Web 2.0

Today's Lesson: How to Call a Top!

It’s easy. Just keep calling for it. I have said China was topping at least twice including yesterday. Josh Kopelman has an excellent post written for Alley Insider about ‘Bubble’ calling. That’s why Josh is a great venture capitalist with bazillions and I am a thousandairre :) .

Full Circle – The Social Media Living Room

Just catching up on some blog reading and Facebook friending and saw that Fred was talking about The Social Media Living Room . My kids just need Webkinz and a TV with the Disney Channel and Nickelodeon in their Social media living room. Fred’s kids and obviously millions of other homes around the country, just …

Covestor Gets Crunched

Mike’s an ass (TechCrunch) and he and I have come to an understanding about that (he thinks I despise him..I don’t), but Covestor was Crunched today by their new writing honcho Erick Schonfeld, their east coast meanie, formerly of defunct Business 2.0. They definitely don’t fully get it, but they tried . Rikki and his …

Mint.com vs. Wesabe.com…Cage/Cat Fight

Not realy, just Meghann from Lindzonmerica putting both to the test. Meghann’s financial life is pretty simple but stressful like the rest of us. I asked her to start from scratch and set up at Mint.com and Wesabe.com for her personal financial stuff. She is thrilled so far. Seeing that I think we are late …

Financial Services on the Web

This is obviously a giant market. The big banks are in the game, Schwab, E-trade, Quicken, Yahoo Finance, Google Finance, The Street.com, even Wallstrip :) . Lately, there has been a ton of activity. Obviously, smart entrepreneurs think that the holy grail of web finance remains out there. Fred discusses some of the players and …

Mint.com…Cool and Refreshing

I am excited about the potential for Mint.com . I think young people will be all over this. Eddie just emailed me and likes it. I have young Meghann at Lindzon HQ setting up her personal finances on the site tomorrow and she will hopefully give us some young lady insight. Personally, I just wont …