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Marketing in the Moment: The Practical Guide to Using Web 3.0 Marketing to Reach Your Customers First
             Top Web marketing consultant Michael Tasner has written the definitive practical guide to driving maximum value from next-generation Web, online, mobile, and social marketing. Drawing from his innovative marketing techniques, Tasner has written the first book on Web 3.0 marketing.
           Tasner helps marketers, entrepreneurs, and managers move beyond hype and high-level strategy to proven tactics and successful ground-level execution. You’ll discover which new marketing technologies deliver the best results and which hardly ever pay for to use virtual collaboration to accomplish marketing projects faster and at lower to build realistic, practical action plans for the next three months, six months, and twelve months. Whatever you sell, wherever you compete, no matter how large or small your company is, this book will help you build leads, traffic, sales, market share--and profits! Capitalizing on the new “content marketing”.
            The megashift from blogging to microblogging--and what it means to you A world run by smartphones: iPhones, BlackBerrys, and beyond Reaching a billion cellphone users: SMS, MMS, mobile ads, voice broadcasts, and more Plurk? UStream? Joost? Tumblr? iGoogle? Profiting from the sites and tools you may never have heard of Your Web marketing 360-degree review Systematically optimizing everything you’re already doing online

            Web 2.0, the second generation of the World Wide Web, allows us to connect, create, collaborate, and share information. When we bring Web 2.0 tools into the classroom, we transform learning. By applying these tools thoughtfully, we see a shift in student engagement, creativity, and higher-order learning skills. 

              In this companion book, the authors of the best-selling Web 2.0: New Tools, New Schools introduce you to more Web 2.0 tools and expertly lead you through classroom and professional applications that help improve student and teacher learning. Web 2.0 How-To for Educators explores the very best online collaborative tools available today (including blogs, wikis, and social networking) and Web 2.0 applications (Skype, Google Earth, Wordle, and more) that make a difference in education. 
           Using a simple formula for each concept, the book describes what the tool is, when teachers should use it, why it is useful, who is using it, how you can use the tool, and where you can find additional resources. Practical examples from educators around the world offer an abundance of ideas, and the recommendations for further information and comprehensive lists of Web 2.0 tools and applications will be valuable resources as you integrate Web 2.0 technology in your classroom.

Less Famous Youtube Third co-Founder

The technology pers-media is often using "2 person as a couple" stereotype in describing who's founder of tech company. We should know Bill Gates-Paul Allen, Jerry Yang-David Filo, and Larry Page-Sergey Brin. At very least pers coverage internet hits founder like Mark Zuckerberg or Kevin Rose.

So when Jawed Karim -now 29 years old- is come out and known as one of biggest stock holder in Youtube when people already familiar with "dynamic duo" Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, it sound uncommon. YouTube says Karim was part of the "core" team that developed the idea for the company and notes that he is listed as one of three founders on its website. Karim is one of the company's biggest stockholders and Karim received 137,443 shares of stock, worth about $64 million as of Google's accuisittion.

Who is Jawed Karim ?

Karim was born in Merseburg, East Germany, in 1979 and moved to West Germany in 1980. His family immigrated to Minnesota when Karim started high school. His Bangladeshi father is a chemist at 3M, and his German mother is a biochemistry research professor at the University of Minnesota.

He left campus prior to graduating to become an early employee at PayPal, but continued his coursework, earning his bachelor's degree in computer science and engineering in 2004 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2004.
Hurley, Chen, and Karim met as early employees at PayPal, the payment service sold to eBay in 2002.

The three, newly rich after leaving PayPal, talked about a start-up of their own, possibly a database venture, Karim says. Then, early last year, Karim recalled the difficulty involved in finding and watching videos online of Jackson accidentally baring her breast during the Super Bowl show. The same was true with the many amateur videos made of that winter's devastating tsunami. Karim says he proposed to Hurley and Chen that they create a video-sharing site. "I thought it was a good idea," Karim says.

The three agreed within a few days in February, then divided work based on skills: Hurley designed the site's interface and logo. Chen and Karim split technical duties making the site work. They later divided management responsibilities, based on strengths and interests: Hurley became CEO; Chen, chief technology officer. Karim had already planned to resume computer studies, so he opted out of management and agreed to take a smaller ownership stake than the other two founders.

He continued advising YouTube and a growing number of employees — now 67 — as Hurley and Chen took his "little spark" of an idea and turned it into a fire. "My only interest was in helping the company get off the ground, implementing it, and raising money," he says. Hurley and Chen then handled the Google talks; Karim says he signed off on the deal once details were reached.

Now in a two-year master's program, Karim says he's considering another start-up but declines to give details. For now, Jawed has launched a venture fund called Youniversity Ventures, with the goal of helping current and former university students to launch their business ideas.

Karim describes himself as "one of the biggest YouTube fans in the world."

"I spend hours some days watching it," he said. "I've probably watched more videos than just about anybody - I'm really a YouTube power user."

To hear Karim tell it, there's no magic in his method.

"It's very simple: I basically create things that I need myself," Karim said in an interview. "It just so happens that sometimes other people want to use that."

So, what do you need ? Create it and get lucky...It's very simple

CO-FOUNDER & CEO Searchme, Inc

Randy talks in front of Stanford Student :

Failure is Good :
a. It's makes you strong
b. It tells you a lesson
c. It makes you become a humble person.

And this is what he did :
Randy Adams serves as the CEO of Searchme, Inc., a visual search company initially funded by Sequoia Capital. Randy co-founded Searchme after acting variously as founder, chairman, CEO and president of seven high technology and retail corporations over a 25-year period. Early on, Randy was a principal at Booz Allen, and then acted as Director of Engineering for Adobe, where he helped conceive the Acrobat and PDF formats. He then secured initial venture funding for Yahoo!, Inc. and served on the Yahoo! Board of Directors during its first year of operation. Randy went on to found the Internet Shopping Network, the first Internet Shopping site, and later originated the eBay drop-off store concept with AuctionDrop, Inc. Randy also co-founded the popular comedy video site, Will Ferrell's, and currently serves as a director on the company's board. He is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering.
Adams lives in Menlo Park with his wife, Nicole and their 7 children.


Founder and Chief Technology Officer


Mok Oh has 15 years of experience in computer science and computer graphics R&D. He is the founder of Mok3 Inc./ in 2002, and is the inventor of the Mok3 technology based on his doctoral dissertation work from the Computer Graphics Group at MIT. In EveryScape, he is responsible for product and technology development, functioning as software architect and leading intellectual property development. He holds multiple patents and publications in image-based modeling, image and photo editing, and 3D-related technologies. His research and development further spans into 3D modeling, ray tracing and light-transport algorithms, interactive tools, and image processing. He was an invited speaker at multiple venues, such as MIT Lecture Series, Harvard School of Architecture, and internationally in various universities in South Korea and in the Asia-Pacific Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference. Prior to his doctoral work at MIT, he worked for Accenture as an Information Systems Analyst, where he developed business software for AT&T. Mok also earned a Masters of Science and Engineering degree in Computer Information Sciences from University of Pennsylvania, and multiple Bachelor of Arts degrees in Computer Science, Art History and Studio Art from Oberlin College.

EveryScape isn't an online world, it's the world online.

EveryScape lets businesses and organizations build engaging, immersive relationships with consumers through three-dimensional, photo-realistic experiences of cities and towns, streets and sidewalks, building exteriors and interiors. EveryScape's patented HyperMedia Technology Platform allows anyone with a browser to experience a first-person, eye-level walk down a scaped street, gathering and sharing information on businesses and attractions, entering a store and shopping, checking the menu and reviews of a restaurant or the upcoming performances of a theater. It is the real world, online.

Founded in 2002 by Mok Oh and led by president and CEO Jim Schoonmaker, EveryScape, Inc. is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.


DN Journal
Editor & Publisher

Began his career as a radio news director at a small station in Ohio, Ron Jackson now known well as Editor and Publisher at DN Journal Sites, a sites dedicated for fascinating Domain Name Industry. A industry that everybody can joint and have very little barrier for new comer just like you and me, to hit profit just with little skill and everybody good at : word game. If you can play scrabble, then this "game" is just perfect-right for you.
Think a word that popular or easy to remember, then you've done. Off course with little luck, a new comer can easily get $100 per transaction, just flipping a name that he bought the other day.

From Ohio, Ron Jackson moved on to television as a news reporter with an ABC-TV affiliate in Florida. Two years after arriving there he became the station’s Sports Director. Later he moved on to a Top 20 market, doing sports for the CBS-TV station in Tampa.
After 20 years in radio/TV he start his own business and opened a series of record stores, an antique shop and various internet ventures. He bought his first domain name in 1997 and put his first site online named In early 2002 he was looking for additional names for his internet projects when he found this DN business. Now Ron Jackson is President of Internet Edge, Inc., a web publishing company founded in 2000.

Thought many critics about domain business say as "word gamble" industry, but still, for newbie, Ron's Journal is one of the first resources to considered about, for everybody want's to jump is this games. With a series of sites dedicated for domain name business, Ron Jackson has a unique "brand" as Domain Names Games Master. He shaped internet industry with his weekly report for "hit" price in domain name transfer accros the internet. You could take a look the report at here.
This is just our opinion that even the report is collecting data from well known auction site like SEDO, Moniker, etc, but we have to preserved ourselfes a cool mind. Because it's really interesting huge profit for a domain bought at $10, sold at $250.000, but there's no written prove that we can confirm. That kind of transaction happen in closed door and never exposed originally. We can only look at auction board, but no chances to check it wether it's right or just a buzz.

We think that a profit value between $100 and $ 1000 is natural, if we take look at Kevin Rose's story when he bought his famous at $1200 after he rejected by's owner at $500. This is true story from Kevin Rose. So if you think a new business and you like scrabble, you may test your luck in domain business, but don't push it to much. Windfall profit in six digit is rarely happen if not a fake story...don't forget to read Ron Jackson site and get all help you need there.



In her own words :
"The growth of New Media journalism will be a hybrid combining the best aspects of traditional print newspapers with the best of what the Web brings to the table. We're getting a glimpse into this with the many changes afoot at Old Media places like the The New York Times, and from New Media players like, well, like the Huffington Post.

The online vs. print debate is totally obsolete. It's as musty as the old barroom argument about Ginger vs. Mary Ann. It's 2008, why not have a three-way? Traditional media have ADD: They are far too quick to drop a story. Online journalists, meanwhile, tend to have OCD—we chomp down on a story, refusing to move on until we've gotten down to the marrow.

The shifting dynamic between the forces of print and online reminds me of Sarah Connor and the T-101 in The Terminator. At first, the visitor from the future (digital) seemed intent on killing Sarah (print). But as the relationship progressed, the Terminator became Sarah and her son's one hope for salvation. Today, you can almost hear digital media (which for some reason has a thick Austrian accent) saying to print: "Come with me if you want to live!"


When first starting Huffington Post at 2005, 3 years ago, many critics on her idea mentioned as a digital meeting for her old politics friends to gather new liberal friend. But Huffington Post has grown in ways that few, except perhaps Ms. Huffington herself, expected.

In February 2008, The Huffington Post visited by 3.7 million unique visitors, according to Nielsen Online, for the first time beating out The Drudge Report, the conservative tip sheet with which The Post is often compared. On Technorati, a blog search tool, The Huffington Post is the second-most-linked-to blog (now #1), behind technology site TechCrunch. (14 million unique visitors for the most recent month)

Today, The Huffington Post has become one of the most popular and widely quoted sites on the web, its influence easily rivaling that of many mainstream media.

But who's Arianna Huffington ?
Born native of Greece, she has been the president of the debating society in University of Cambridge. An author of books about feminism, Picasso and green movement, a panelist on radio and television shows, a millionaire, and she is also a candidate in the 2003 California governor election.

And now she is become one of -peole said about- megablogger, in 100 most influenced people in the web according to Time Magazine, time will tell...


A native Indonesian that newly graduated from her university. She is a recently graduated from Computer Science UCLA.
But her work is way beyond her tittle..

At, she design, what I thought as a big floor, and we can travel from tile to tile, amazing slide effect and combination of artistic art image with perfect color blend. Yet it still a simple web site, which demonstration about her skill with css and mootols framework.

In her own word she said
"random things about me: I'm a nerd. I like sci-fi shows like Battlestar Galactica. I've been a decade-long HUGE fan of The X-Files. I also love love love (did she said love?) House MD. I watch a lot of TV shows if you can't already tell =). I like Video Games and webdesigning. I do NOT like shrimp. I drink green tea like it's water. I LOVE dogs and bunnies! I have a thing for hardwood floors and black nail polish. I'm a fob. I'm VERY gifted at finding cute clothes for really cheap ;D. I'm also quiet, but if you talk to me I will be nice!"

We found story about her work at HERE

What new about her works I think is a new approach in site design that thinking a site is not just your monitor width but trully wider than that. And loading this site is not take any longer than flash loading..because she only use color blend to match image blend.

If we can combine it with some technology like PhotoSynth
we can deliver 3D effect as well..this could be a masterpiece..


CEO, Shanda Interactive, China

Chen Tianqiao, the co founder, chairman, and CEO of Shanghai Shanda Interactive Entertainment Ltd. Chen, 36, runs China's most successful Internet gaming company, an operator that raised $150 million in an initial public offering 2004 and then became the best performing stock on the NASDAQ.

Shanda business model is count as pioner in distributing prepaid-card in China. This make Shanda easily earn their income from addicted online gamers.
Millions of Chinese spend hours and hours playing the games Chen supplies. One of Shanda's top games, a fantasy adventure called The World of Legend, attract as many as half a million users playing simultaneously. Shanda earned $74 million last year on sales of $157 million, and analyst expect profits to top $100 million on 2005. At $2.6 billion, Shanda's market capitalization is the biggest of any Chinese Internet company.
Yet after a successful 2004 offering his company, Shanda Interactive Entertainment, which he founded and owns with his younger brother Chen Danian and his wife, Luo Qianqian, has lost some stream because of imitators. To overcome this, Shanda early 2005 bought a 19.5% stake in Internet portal Sina to boost its presence beyond online gaming.

"We want to be the leading interactive entertainment company in the world,'' says Chen. "Right now, compared to Disney or Universal we have no competitive advantages based on traditional technologies. In movies, for example, we cannot compete with Universal. But in 10, 20 years, there will be several global interactive entertainment companies, and I want the biggest to be Shanda.''

Chinesee Media talk about Chen

Business Week about Chen

The Most Successful Angel Investor

Andy Bectolsheim was born in Germany in 1955. He received his master's degree in electrical engineering from Carnegie Mellon Universty in 1976 and was a PhD student in EE/CS at Stanford University from 1977 to 1982.

After co-founded Sun Microsystems (became a success, with $1 billion in sales by 1988). By 2003, the market value of Sun Microsystems was $11.5 billion, he left Sun in 1995 to found Granite Systems, a company focused on developing high-speed network switches. In 1996, Cisco System acquired the firm for $220 million, with Bechtolsheim owning 60%. He became Vice President and general manager of Cisco's Gigabit Systems Business Unit, until leaving the company in December 2003 to head Kealia, Inc. rank 4 at Midas List. (The Midas List seeks to identify individuals who deploy venture capital to create wealth for their investors)

Bechtolsheim and Cheriton were two of the first investors in Google investing $100,000 in 1998. Bechtolsheim reportedly wrote the check to Google Inc prior to the company even being founded. What he did is come to Google Demonstration, play with it a little, and then without written contract, he wrote a check and gone with his porche away. Without even knowing how Google Guys will establish Google. Bechtolsheim seeded many companies in this fashion, including OnFiber Communications, the industry leader in metro transport for large enterprises (acquired by Qwest in 2006).

As a result of investments like these, Bechtolsheim is increasingly being seen as the most successful Angel investor, one such company, Magma Design Inc., has been tremendously profitable for Bechtolsheim, with his stake in the company being valued around $60 million. The most profitable for Bechtolsheim was his initial $100,000 investment in Google, which is now worth approximately US$1.5 billion.