Yearly Archives: 2009

Techcrunch :: While Twitter gets the press, Germany is now a Facebook stronghold

While Twitter gets the press, Germany is now a Facebook stronghold Posted Dec 17, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Although its Twitter user numbers have grown by 2.500 per cent this year, Germany is now a Facebook country. Google research

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Techcrunch :: If you can’t kill it, bill it: German city charges Google Street View by the kilometre

If you can’t kill it, bill it: German city charges Google Street View by the kilometre Posted Dec 16, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] We Germans are very picky when it comes to online privacy. Not only is Google Analytics

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Techcrunch :: German Facebook clone StudiVZ adds support for 3rd party apps – user privacy is paramount

German Facebook clone StudiVZ adds support for 3rd party apps – user privacy is paramount Posted Dec 9, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Two and a half years after Facebook, its German clone StudiVZ follows the US social network’s most

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Techcrunch :: Insolvent video startup make.tv to avoid the deadpool, apparently

Insolvent video startup make.tv to avoid the deadpool, apparently Posted Dec 6, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Cologne’s streaming video startup make.tv, which filed for insolvency in September, can apparently avoid the deadpool. The company has been given a second

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Techcrunch :: Dailyplaces will share location and recommendations. Sounds familiar?

Dailyplaces will share location and recommendations. Sounds familiar? Posted Nov 28, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Ah, the Appstore approval process. It can destroy the news cycle. A week ago, our “Dear Leader” Mike Butcher started to ask startups on

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Techcrunch :: Conferendum lets anybody teach online and get paid

Conferendum lets anybody teach online and get paid Posted Nov 27, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] How would you like to make money from your expert knowledge? E-Learning is a $53 billion world market that requires lots of technology and

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The European :: Vogelfrei auf dem Parkett (Twitter und die Werbung)

The European Kommentar: Twitter und die Werbung 26.11.2009 von Markus Goebel Vogelfrei auf dem Parket Der Mikroblogging-Service möchte sich lieber Kapital bei einem Börsengang besorgen, als an ein Großunternehmen wie Google oder Microsoft zu verkaufen. Dabei ist Eile geboten. Denn

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