Posts tagged ‘web’

Kiko for sale

August 26th, 2006’s eBay auction reminds me of Adam’s and mine 24 Hour Dotcom. If only there existed an online marketplace just for buying and selling companies and company assets…

Taipei gets city-wide wifi

July 11th, 2006

San Francisco may be the first city to provide free city-wide wifi, but Taipei becomes the first city in the world to roll out city-wide wifi (some 4000 hotspots, covering 90%). The uptake is slower than expected though, with only 40000 users out of 2.6 million so far. The reason? There are already so many free hotspots in the city that few people want to pay the monthly fee of $12.50! goes online!

July 9th, 2006

I’m currently in San Francisco trying to figure out how trust works on the web. Me and my partner in crime, Alexander Ljung, has started a blog/project site that we call trustmojo.

Check it out for live reports, ramblings, interviews, photos, podcasts and other juicy bits on trust from San Francisco and the Bay Area. We’ll be here until beginning of September and then the project continues back in Stockholm.

As you might have noticed, I post very rarely here, and I probably won’t post that much in the future either. I’ll blog a lot more on and the next coming months though…

Ideas for Startups

October 21st, 2005

“The fact that there’s no market for startup ideas suggests there’s no demand”. Such a good way to put it! Paul Graham have more great tips on getting ideas for startups.

Google RSS Reader

October 9th, 2005

Very Ajaxified, quite nice. Google RSS Reader.