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Holiday shopping is upon us, in droves. A group called Retail Industry Leaders Association is upset about Amazon's current incentive practices. Only some of which involve the lack of on-line sales tax issue. Can brick and mortar stores continue to compete with online aggressive pricing, free shipping, and (for now) lack of sales tax? Have you ever heard of a "slotting allowance"? You will…

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Posted by Lamar on 12/09/11.
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American Airlines has filed for chapter 11. They are not shutting down, just going through a re-org. Still not a great sign… And from bankruptcy to a tangent, the guys discuss what their biggest gripes about air travel are.
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Posted by Lamar on 11/30/11.
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Grooveshark is being sued by Universal. Learn why it differs so much from Pandora, Spotify and other music services. Netflix even with great brand recognition, is struggling even after canceling the spinoff of Quickster. Which us to the best way do deliver video media to the masses. How many devices do you have hooked up to your TV?
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Posted by Lamar on 11/22/11.
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Yay!!! Launch of the Kindle Fire!!! But Dave and Doyle do not have any hands on experience because Dave has not received his yet… But he is in the first wave of deliveries. Facebook is facing ongoing malware/virus attacks. Pornographic items are showing up in people's news streams, and it can get pretty annoying. Can attaching a credit card to an account for set up be a partial solution? Plus, Blogworld, the "good," the "great," and the "bad!"
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Posted by Lamar on 11/15/11.
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Doyle is now a member of the iPhone 4s family, but he is on Verizon and very happy with the service. Dave is still an outcast… Groupon is going ahead with its IPO on Nov 4th. Based on amount of stock for sale and what they are expected to rise, Groupon is valued at $11 billion. The guys also have questions regarding the current business model.
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Posted by Lamar on 10/21/11.
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The iPhone 4s and iOS dropped this week! Michael has got his, and didn't have to camp out. He was in and out of an ATT store in 30 min on release morning! Tune in for "first" impressions and evaluations. The Back pedaler award of the month goes to Netflix/Qwixter!
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Posted by Lamar on 10/14/11.
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Amazon has announced their revamped kindle line. Which includes the Kindle Fire. It looks rather impressive. It could be the next game changer in the tablet market. Note, it's not trying to be an iPad. It is an Android device, but has yet to be seen how open it will be. Along with the Fire, Amazon has been pushing into the video streaming space.
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Posted by Lamar on 09/28/11.
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Carol Bartz was fired from Yahoo! Over the phone! And then she sent a very unprofessional email! Appears everything could have been handled better. What would you miss if Yahoo were to disappear tomorrow? It seems it has been a while since they have been an influence in the internet space. Oh yeah, it's for sale… Did Groupon really turn down $6 billion?!?!? Google offers is proving there is no barrier to enter this market.

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Posted by Lamar on 09/07/11.
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Steve Jobs has stepped down as CEO of Apple!!! All is lost! The sky is falling! Or things will progress with his influence for quite some time. The rumors are flying again that Apple may be getting into the television space. Would Apple spend time on it if it's not revolutionary? HP is in what some people may call a transition period… If you have not heard, where have you been?!?!
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Posted by Michael on 08/30/11.
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Social media and the spread of information has become huge force in the way the world is viewed, and getting previously unknown details into the light. But at what cost? If an untrue statement is dispensed to the world, whether intentionally or by accident, is there a level of responsibility?
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Posted by Michael on 08/09/11.
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