Monthly Archives: June 2009

The Value of Scalpers – Why Ticketmaster Has It All Wrong – Part I

Ticket sales agencies, ever protective of their exclusive right to sell (and profit by the sales of) tickets to sporting, cultural and other events, have waged war against “scalpers”, i.e. ticket resellers, for years, if not decades. Many states have … Continue reading

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Lowering the Flag(s) – Not To Say “I Told You So”….

On Saturday, June 13, 2009, the Wall Street Journal reported that Six Flags filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. According the to the article, Six Flags is yet another victim of the deteriorating economy. I beg to disagree. Just under … Continue reading

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Google Apps – the End of Exchange?

Over the last two days, a mailing list of which I am a member had an interesting – and sometimes sharp – exchange (pun intended) about whether or not the mass availability and advanced feature sets of Web-based, corporate-focused mail … Continue reading

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