If you haven’t listened to Spoon already, I exhort you to do so immediately. They are quite possibly my favorite indie band of the decade, and their appeal spans generations (read: is accessible to all), I promise.
Having said that, here are my top 10 favorite tracks from the Austin-based band, independent of albums: Continue reading…
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who sues most of all? These 10 companies based on trademark lawsuits from 2001-2006 taken from the sidebar of this article:
- Altria/Philip Morris
- Best Western
- Dunkin’ Donuts
- Lorillard Tobacco
- Levi Strauss
So what can be gleamed from this info? Either these companies are overprotective or have several others infringing on their IP.
Use It lists the top 10 web design mistakes for 2006 with a lot of good ones to boot! Notable pet peeves include poor search on sites (I’m guilty when I don’t use Google on a site), PDF files (ditch ’em everyone!), poor usability by not changing the color of visited links (guilty here), and force opening new browser windows (annoying).
If I can change, and you can change, we can all change… Hit the source link for the goods.
UPDATE: Added forgotten link. Whoops!
Rondam Ramblings has compiled their top 10 business myths:
- A brilliant idea will make you rich
- If you build it they will come
- Someone will steal your idea if you don’t protect it
- What you think matters
- Financial models are bogus
- What you know matters more than who you know
- A Ph.D. means something
- I need $5 million to start my business
- The idea is the most important part of my business plan
- Having no competition is a good thing
Follow the source link for the full skinny.
Steve Pavlina writes: “Having been a non-employee for about 14 years now, I’ve made my share of stupid business mistakes. I’ve also coached a number of people to start their own businesses, and I’ve seen many of them make similar mistakes.” Continue reading…