Thursday, October 02, 2008

Links, Links, Links

I'm not sure the technology world is going to be hurt as much as the housing, finance and industrial markets are. Dealflow seems to be strong. However, given the impending collapse of western civilization, here are some interesting datapoints for the world to enjoy:

Blogging for Dollars: Slate's Michael Agger gives a overview (for dummies) of the blogosphere and how bloggers make $$ for all the people who are going to be laid off this year.

FDA Takes End Run to Award Contract to PR Firm A local PR agency continues its epic quest to be the scuzziest PR agency in America.

No Credit Crunch in the Channel According to eWeek, there is plenty of cash in the tech world and no signs of scarce credit, unlike our friends in finance, homebuilding or industry. Of course, this could change at any moment I guess

Pirates reveal new side with spokesperson Somali pirates contact NY Times to tell their side of the story, according to PR Week.

I'll be posting my notes from Interact08 later on, but check out Rohit Bhargava's Top 5 Takeaways here in the meantime.

Silicon Valley Goes Dry Lastly, Red Herring's Ken Schachter reports on the shutting of the IPO and M&A windows. Tech companies are going to have to grow organically a little longer than they thought before cashing out.

And the NASDAQ is only down 3.5% today!! Yay!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

FDA PR firm Qorvis apparently also works for Saudi Arabia improving their Post 9-11 image; Big Pharma; Phillip Morris; and the Sugar Industry... Nice.