This is great.
I love Drambuie.
And Bogans...well they have their own sense of charm.
This be what I'm talking about
Good work Verizon. I said it would need to happen in the U.S. sooner or later and Verizon is the first one out of the gates. Maybe they've been reading my blog?
Or it could be that Verizon is connected to Vodafone...now it all makes sense. Vodafone completely shook up the marketplace in Australia with its array of options. Cap plans (pay $49 a month and get $310 worth of calls) were huge and I believe most carriers followed suit soon after. Users can take their phones and their phone number to whatever carrier they want. The internet is open. This is only Australia. Europe and Asia are even more advanced.
I can't wait to see this unfold in the US. While they're at it they should also abolish this rubbish of paying to receive calls. That is a joke.
The cap might not come into effect, but customer freedom definitely will. I can't wait to see AT&T squirm...
I want to marry Google
There is just something about Google. They have this aura around them that they just want to help the World. They don't have problems about making a mean buck. It's almost like all these ad dollars are lying around and they are just collecting them. In return, because they just have too much money, Google gives the surplus back.
I love you Google. I'll marry you, just give Sergey a haircut first
I remember when Tivo launched the news and the data that they were tracking their users. I have the same question then as I have now, how many people own TiVo? And don't forget, this DVR user is a different type of audience.
It's good, but make sure your brand matches the audience.