Archive for March, 2008

List of Lists: The 25 most valuable Blog properties

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You might say – yet another list of top blogs. It is but it’s quite well done and based on potential advertising value and not only on number of hits per months.

While the author admits that it’s actually not possible to value the largest blogs appropriately, he nevertheless comes up with an interesting valuing approach – the amount a buyer might be willing to pay.

Only privately held blogs that are…

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Humor: The Job

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A satirical short film that has won a series of awards. Written and directed by Jonathan Browning.

Not surprisingly the guy is not looking for bankers.

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Cartoon: Voting machines

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It’s said that the electoral process in democracies has three important parts.

What happens before the voting – who you can vote for and how these are selected and can communicate, the voting itself, and what happens afterwards once the votes have been cast.

Well I guess that means one down.

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Shopping: Bear Stearns Memorabilia at Ebay

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After the whole company went for a fire sales price to competitor J.P. Morgan many of the Bear Stearns employees that now fear loosing their jobs have started to part themselves from their valued memorabilia of the once highly reputable Wall Street firm.

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Advertising: Virtual Honda Motorcycle Testdrive

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An interactive game that uses the motion-based hardware data-protection system of Apple notebooks to steer a virtual motorcycle around a course.

The application was designed by Raul Arantes and is available for download as a screensaver or standalone application.

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C-Jump: A board game for geeks?

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A board game made specifically for computer geeks? Aimed at kids 11+ c-jump – as the game is called – tries to familiarize the players with fundamentals of computer programming languages like C, C++ and Java. Players move around the board by calculating the number of steps in programming syntax. Yeah, sure – and “…Skiing and snowboarding is a perfect programming analogy…

Guys get real – our suggestion…

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