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(San)deep's World. Wise observations from Prof. Sandeep Krishnamurthy, Associate Professor of Marketing and E-Commerce, author, educator, Dad, coach, racquetball player, evangelist, speaker and thinker.

Wednesday, May 26, 2004

Interesting paper- "Audience, Structure and Authority in the Weblog Community".

Tuesday, May 25, 2004

Bush campaign outsourced fund-raising. Love it.
It is amazing how idiosyncratic search engines are. Google "festivals"- festivals.com is the number 1 result. Now, Google "festival"- festivals.com is nowhere. What just happened?

Monday, May 24, 2004

Write your last e-mail NOW! The revenue model for this service is fascinating.
Read receipts on steroids- didtheyreadit.com.
The latest Google bomb- a search for waffles brings up John Kerry as the # 1 result.
India's CBSE announces results online.

Sunday, May 23, 2004

Andy Kaufman is back and he has a blog!
Indian techies talk about out-sourcing. Great work by Slashdot.

Friday, May 21, 2004

Meet Ben Hyde.
Google's software principles.
Online grocery business grows and grows.
A new search engine claims to be fully accessible to people with disabilities.
Demotivators! Fun.

Thursday, May 20, 2004

Meet the Deep Web.
Award-winning websites made by school children.
Friedman wrote about The George Foundation's Shanti Bhavan today.

Tuesday, May 18, 2004

Meet people in your area to do stuff on Friendeavor.
Interesting Paper: "I'm Blogging This- A Closer Look at Why People Blog".
Google's S-1.
Want GMail? Check out gmailswap.
My student- Kristyn Young- provides entertaining examples of effective and ineffective e-mails.
Business lessons from the donut and coffee guy [via kottke.org]. Apparently, this NY coffee guy lets his customers make change! Why? The cost of consumer opportunism is less than the cost of setting up a complex payment system. So, he is better off. (or is he?)
Interesting paper- "Privacy, Economics, and Price Discrimination on the Internet".

Monday, May 17, 2004

Google's core philosophy.
Google's unusual IPO format has created a great deal of interest- 1, 2.
Seven open source business strategies for competitive advantage.
Google forgets to sign blog post!
Buzzword Bingo.
I am happy to present the Table of Contents for my upcoming book- "Contemporary Research in E-Marketing, Volume One".

Friday, May 14, 2004

My student, Isaac Alshihabi, has an interesting post on my class blog. Help him by taking his SHORT SURVEY.
Meet Clay Shirky.

Thursday, May 13, 2004

Announcing Google's Groups 2. Thanks, Rahul.
Heard on an academic mailing list- "In keeping with the highest scientific standards, a journal editor has decided recently that instead of rejecting or accepting manuscripts, henceforth she will reject or fail to reject manuscripts." ha! ha!
The Center for Internet Studies at the University of Washington is organizing a speaker series on open source software. They have also created a blog on open source. It is great to see blogs pop up in university settings.
I was favorably impressed with this page that features, among other things, some excellent Google Hacks.

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

After several attempts at using a variety of blog services, I have decided to adopt Blogger- now owned by Google. This will be the new home for my blogging activities. Speaking of Google, they have an official blog that you need to look at. You will also like the the blog authored by the founders of Google- Page and Brin.

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