Vertical Without Vertigo

My brother recently had a "vertical experience" in the Disneyland "Twilight Zone Tower of Terror." A 150-foot drop in a rickety old elevator. Three times, in fact. But Disney's vertical engineering legerdemain is less ambitious than that of the diverse…

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Comcast Satisfies Sweet Tooth

Cable video, voice and broadband provider Comcast is set to buy Daily Candy for a reported $125 million. Daily Candy specializes in daily electronic newsletters catered to affluent women in urban areas. The focus is mostly on fashion, food and…

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When Everyone Comes From Somewhere Else

One of the most challenging aspects of speaking to the geodomain industry was the diverse backgrounds of the people in the industry. They come from media companies, technology firms, the music industry and the real estate business. What they have in…

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CityVoter Adds 3 TV Markets

CityVoter.com, a review and “best of” voting site that powers Web sites for TV stations and other traditional media outlets, has signed a new deal that will boost its count of Hearst-Argyle TV affiliates from five markets to eight. The…

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AskCity Drops Maps, Outsources to MSFT

Microsoft's Virtual Earth Blog posted yesterday that AskCity will now use Virtual Earth to power its mapping and local features. This will take the place of Ask's homegrown mapping tool that was the first to come out with multi-point directions,…

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