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DreamHost PR stunt?

Friday, October 19th, 2007

DreamHost is a web hiosting company. I’ve never hosted anything with them, but now I might. They’ve been EVICTED from their office spaces for drunken behaviour and other types of misconduct and they’ve blogged about it, with pictures and all (you should also read the comments, they are quite funny).
Would you host your website with [...]

Testuff – a test case management service

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

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I haven’t posted too much here lately and for a good reason. Arik and I have been hard at work to release the first public beta of our test management service called Testuff. Developing software is hard enough when you have plenty of resources but when you are a one- or two-man shop with limited [...]

Copying tables to Excel

Sunday, August 19th, 2007

About a month ago I saw a post on the JoS Business of Software about a piece of software called Kirix Strata.
… Strata lets you access and manipulate data from pretty much anywhere on the web.  It’ll let you work with HTML tables, RSS Feeds and CSV files natively in tables.  And then once you have [...]

Internet Marketing Mistakes – Part 2

Friday, June 1st, 2007

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This post is part of a series of posts based on the fine lecture given by Dr. Roni Horowitz of www.internet-marketing.co.il at the Israeli CEO forum on May 31, 2007 in Herzlia, Israel.
I’ve talked about conversion rates in the previous installment and how it is vitally important to realize that getting [...]

Internet Marketing Mistakes – Part 1

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

 

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This post is one of a series of posts based on the fine lecture given by Dr. Roni Horowitz of www.internet-marketing.co.il at the Israeli CEO forum on May 31, 2007 in Herzlia, Israel.
You might be surprised at the title of this post if you know me or read some of the posts on [...]