The auction closed on May 25. The top bid I saw this morning: $1050.
—-original posts 5/18/10—-
Update: goes live at 1 pm easter today. (Link, as promised.) This time the starting bid is $500. No bids as of 7:30 EST.
I wrote about an unknown GIS company working through its PR agency to sell a GIS system on eBay back in April. That first one went for $5.50. They are doing it again, if anyone is interested.
- Handshake Blog (That’s the PR firm…the GIS firm is InteractiveGIS)
by Adena Schutzberg on 05/25 at 01:13 PM |
Koprol comes out of Indonesia and the details of the deal were not disclosed. I suspect however Yahoo paid less than the $100M is is said to have offered for Foursquare. Koprol is quite like Foursquare in that users can check-in, find friends and the like. It also depends on its users to build up a database of places, something Yahoo wants to use to help push its users to its many content properties, including Associated Content, which it acquired earlier this month. The acquisition will also help build the brand in Asia.
- press release
by Adena Schutzberg on 05/25 at 07:48 AM |
It’s been just a year since RIM acquired DASH and now comes word that June 30 will be the last day of “connected service.” Dave Zatz, who used to work there, shares the final e-mails to customers in a post on his blog.
- Zatz Not Funny Blog
by Adena Schutzberg on 05/25 at 07:14 AM |
“*BroadbandStat contains a very large amount of data, and a broadband connection is recommended for viewing.”
- Note on a page on the way to Minnesota’s new online broadband map
by Adena Schutzberg on 05/25 at 06:48 AM |
TerraGo Technologies (the GeoPDF folks) documented in a May 20 Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it has raised about $1 million of the $2.5 million it is seeking.
The company reported a strong Q1 early in May.
- Atlanta Business Chronicle
by Adena Schutzberg on 05/25 at 06:12 AM |