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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Whitney McNamara tagged amusement+corporate

This got me to log in to LinkedIn, where I discovered that the "Network Updates" have gone all Facebook on me: do I really need to know that my former boss "has a new profile photo?"

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As Techdirt Mike (and many others) point out, this would be really funny were Morris not responsible for providing direction for the company. Feeds into some thinking I've been doing on the role of "maker" characteristics in organizations.

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A spokesperson may have said, "AT&T believes that by continuously tweaking the various branding initiatives undertaken by three different agencies we will somehow end up with a coherent brand identity. Eventually."

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I think I'm going to start referring to Mecker's blog as "the grumpiest place on earth." Meckler disagrees with some of the content in the JupiterMedia entry, therefore Wikipedia is a farce.

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Sure, why not beg people to leave comments on your client's corporate blog? That's way easier than trying to figure out why the content being posted to the blog isn't engaging readers on its own, right?

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Some years ago there was a similar study that found that corporations that moved their headquarters closer to the CEO's home were likely to see a slide in stock price.

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Go, Craigslist! A listing of the top ten Alexa pageview ranked sites, with their employee headcounts. Craigslist holds the #7 spot, with 0.23% the headcount of the next smallest company on the list.

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I'm totally gong to pitch my next Web2.0 business idea as "the Flickr of org charts."

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Nice ending to the eBay story. Makes you wonder about some of the other bidders, though, doesn't it? Oh, well -- I guess we'll never know who larNser and terry43 were...

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