Anna-maria June 22, 2009 at 10:09 am

There is obviously a lot to know about this credit score thing. I think you made some good points also.

Carter F Smith February 13, 2008 at 9:54 pm

I am soooo ready for mobile social networking. I have a couple of concerns, but nothing too deep. Check out The Next Big Thing in Wireless – http://carterfsmith.blogspot.com/2008/02/next-big-things-in-wireless-cnet.html and more on what mobiles can do with Big Brother — the future of social networking? – http://carterfsmith.blogspot.com/2008/02/big-brother-future-of-social-networking.html

Mark Kerrigan February 7, 2008 at 5:51 am

Mind-boggling again, Jay. Your grasp of the online networking scene as a whole (wired and wireless, open and closed, etc.) is truly inspiring. It’s exciting to think that the social web can become even MORE efficient than it already is. I mean, sure, it’s also easy to get distracted on the many tangents of whatever you’re viewing/reading, but not so long ago, doing research meant going to the library and sitting at a table covered with huge volumes which just might, if you’re lucky, have the information you seek.

Now, researching means going to the closest computer with an internet connection and figuring out what search terms to type. Then comes the onslaught of inappropriatelyagged articles and websites which may or may not contain the information for which you are searching.

And I haven’t even mentioned the MOBILE WEB! My cell phone does have the ability to surf the web, but at this juncture, I haven’t activated that feature.

Great post! It’s how I wake up in the morning!

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