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Web 2.0: a Strategy Guide (Kansas City InfoZine)
New from O'Reilly: Business Thinking and Strategies Behind Successful Web 2.0 Implementations
[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 04/30
Web 2.0: a Strategy Guide (Kansas City InfoZine)
New from O'Reilly: Business Thinking and Strategies Behind Successful Web 2.0 Implementations
[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 04/30
Venture capitalists looking north - Telegraph-Journal

Venture capitalists looking north
Telegraph-Journal, Canada - 30 Apr 2008
"Despite all you're hearing about the recession south of the border and the subprime debt crisis, the (venture capital firms) still have a lot of money to ...
[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 04/30
The feds: Your next friend on Facebook? - Toronto Star

The feds: Your next friend on Facebook?
Toronto Star,  Canada - 30 Apr 2008
"Adoption of Web 2.0 applications represents an opportunity to transform the `face' of the government of Canada, to make it appear more approachable and ...
[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 04/29
Online Earth Day Promo a Web 2.0 Success - dBusinessNews Hartford (press release)

Online Earth Day Promo a Web 2.0 Success
dBusinessNews Hartford (press release), CT - 28 Apr 2008
?This entire project is a perfect example of how a global corporation like TCP can utilize Web 2.0 to target consumers that they would have never been able ...
[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 04/28
Venture money going to companies taking on Web advertising (Boston Globe)
A new crop of Internet start-ups seeded with venture capital is taking root in fields ranging from video and gaming to social networking and digital media. But the proliferation of so-called Web 2.0 companies - nearly all with business models built around advertising - has raised questions about how many can succeed.
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Venture money going to companies taking on Web advertising (Boston Globe)
A new crop of Internet start-ups seeded with venture capital is taking root in fields ranging from video and gaming to social networking and digital media. But the proliferation of so-called Web 2.0 companies - nearly all with business models built around advertising - has raised questions about how many can succeed.
[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 04/28
History 2.0: Interactive Vietnam Wall Is a Place for Reflection, Online (EContent Magazine)
On March 26, Footnote.com introduced its Interactive Vietnam Veterans Memorial?a Web 2.0 way to make history new again by providing an online space for reflection and sharing.
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Web 2.0 debates internet’s future (BBC News)
Rounding up the week that was Web 2.0 by looking at the main themes and assessing what comes next
[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 04/26
Web 2.0 debates internet’s future (BBC News)
Rounding up the week that was Web 2.0 by looking at the main themes and assessing what comes next
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TechWeb and O’Reilly Announce Triggit as Winner of Web 2.0 Expo Launch Pad (PR Newswire via Yahoo! F
TechWeb and O'Reilly Media, Inc., co-producers of the annual Web 2.0 Expo, today announced the winner of the Launch Pad start up program. Triggit, one of six on-stage presenters, took home the title of People's Choice Winner on Thursday, April 24th during Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco at Moscone West.
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IBM launches Web 2.0 server - ComputerWeekly.com

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IBM launches Web 2.0 server
ComputerWeekly.com, UK - 24 Apr 2008
IBM has introduced a new category of energy-efficient server for the Web 2.0 computing market. The IBM "iDataPlex" system is aimed at firms running massive ...
Web 2.0 Goes Green: IBM Pioneers New Server Design for Web-Based ... FOXBusiness
IBM And Friends Unveil New Web 2.0 Server Architecture CRN
IBM Launches High-Powered Server For Internet Companies InformationWeek
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Force10 Networks Supports IBM's New iDataPlex Solution for Web 2.0 … - FOXBusiness

Force10 Networks Supports IBM's New iDataPlex Solution for Web 2.0 ...
FOXBusiness - 24 Apr 2008
"IBM and Force10 Networks are working together to deliver interoperable solutions that support the large scale data centers of Web 2.0 businesses, ...
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IBM And Friends Unveil New Web 2.0 Server Architecture - CRN

IBM And Friends Unveil New Web 2.0 Server Architecture
CRN, NY - 23 Apr 2008
IBM said the iDataPlex rack system is aimed at customers who provide rich content and applications for Web 2.0, including online gaming, social networking, ...
[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 04/23
Seed money: Crawl, walk and then run - Ottawa Business Journal

Seed money: Crawl, walk and then run
Ottawa Business Journal,  Canada - 23 Apr 2008
By Peter Kovessy, Ottawa Business Journal Staff Last year, the value of venture capital investment in Ottawa dropped to its lowest level in eight years as ...
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The Canadian-born, U.S.-headquartered MDC Partners has acquired a majority stake in Capital C and Kenna, two Toronto-area agencies.

GigPark announced on August 24th, that they had been purchased by the Yellow Pages. Hey Noah, congratulations to you and the team there.

The Ontario government is doing something truly unique and laudable says John Albright of JLA Ventures. Last week Ontario's Ministry of Research and Innovation announced a new $205-million fund to help stimulate the province's early-stage ventures.

According to a University of Laval Professor, Canada's Labour Sponsor Funds kill innovation rather than create it. Read the press release here.

MediaScrape lands new venture round of $3.2 million. Chris Dingle has been appointed President and Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Dingle was the founding CTO of 24/7 Real Media which sold recently to WPP for $637 million.

University Technologies International (UTI) - IGNITE - announces the closing of two first-round financings for two IGNITE companies, Profero Energy Inc. and Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc.

Kleer Inc. based in California but with a plant in Ottawa landed a $28 million round for its wireless audio product development.

The Ottawa Citizen ran this story a few days ago. We've been saying this for years now. When will the public sector make it easier for investment in the province's tech sector?

Rick Nathan of the Canadian Venture Capital Association has an optimistic view of the current credit crunch.

MSBi Capital announces the addition of two new partners François Gauvin and John Elton.

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