Posts filed under “Web/Tech”

Futures: New Layout at Bloomberg

I really like the clean web layout for Bloomberg Futures (free):


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Category: Trading, Web/Tech

ReCode To Vox

They couldn’t make it on their own. Walt Mossberg, one of America’s two most famous tech columnists, shot himself in the foot. He left the “Wall Street Journal.” They’re finding out in news what we already know in music, you can go it alone, the internet allows you to do this, but in a chaotic…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Web/Tech

Letterman and the Future of Media Consumption

The past month has seen an outpouring of tributes and praise for the just-retired “Late Show” host David Letterman. I have been linking to some of the more informative (and amusing) discussions in the morning reads (see this and this). None have really captured the context I was looking for: what does this tell us about the future…Read More

Category: Humor, Television, Web/Tech

RWM’s Mobile App for iPhone, iPad & Android

We are very excited to now offer RWM clients a mobile app for their iPhones & iPads, as well as Google’s Android. Its powered by Orion, and so far, its been rock solid.  

Category: Investing, Web/Tech

30 Signs You’re On Financial Twitter

Thirty Signs You’re On Financial Twitter 30. You unintentionally know more about Greece than you had ever thought possible 29. Joe Weisenthal is your alarm clock 28. You wish David Tepper, Bill Ackman, Michael Lewis and Retired Bernanke would show up here already and engage 27. You watch a guy switch his avatar to a pic of a hot girl…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Humor, Web/Tech

Tesla’s Big Bet on Building Batteries for Your Home

Tesla is building a new generation of batteries that could power homes, businesses and even the grid. Bloomberg’s Tom Randall takes a look at the emerging market for new energy storage.

Source: Bloomberg

Full Elon Musk presentation after the jump

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Category: Energy, Video, Web/Tech

The Great Unbundling

Nobody wants to watch the Discovery Channel. 2.9 million people viewed “Naked and Afraid.” But a hundred million paid for it. More than a buck a month. The CEO made $156 million. Now what? Lawsuits. Verizon is following the customer, allowing its FiOS TV subscribers to pick and choose channels. And the content providers are…Read More

Category: Really, really bad calls, Television, Think Tank, Web/Tech

10 Quick Content Marketing Tips

10 Quick Content Marketing Tips (By DNN Software. Redesigned by Ethos3.) from Ethos3 | Presentation Design and Training

Category: Web/Tech

Nasdaq Bubble Stole From Future Returns

Yesterday, we discussed why the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index has gone sideways for the past few months. The prime suspects were rich valuations, earnings crimped by falling energy prices and higher returns to be had overseas. Today, I want to look at the Nasdaq Composite Index. It closed at 5,056.06 yesterday, surpassing its March 2000 dot-com…Read More

Category: Markets, Psychology, Sentiment, Valuation, Web/Tech

Google Antitrust Case

It’s the beginning of the end. Once someone starts investigating you for the sins of the past, your future is screwed. Google is in trouble. Because tech is like music, it’s all what have you done for me lately. Only in tech, you can’t tour profitably on your hits of yesteryear, you can’t tour at…Read More

Category: M&A, Web/Tech