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Steve EllisMetia - London

Intuit needs to find a new business model

27 February 2008  |  3602 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

And that needs to be SaaS based. Well, that's what Sramana Mitra thinks.

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Steve EllisMetia - London

BankWest releases viral kittens

26 February 2008  |  3508 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

Australia's BankWest has released three mutant kittens into the worldwideinterweb. See them perform their song here. Could someone explain to me what is going on here? Other than an ad agency gets a new viral ad in their portfolio, and to talk up in new business pitches. Its all part of Happy Banking apparently. You can picture the brainstormin...

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Steve EllisMetia - London

How personal finance web sites build trust

12 February 2008  |  3692 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

A nice article here from BusinessWeek on the techniques a new generation of personal finance web sites are using to build trust among their online audience. The article takes a snapshot look at Wesa...

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Steve EllisMetia - London

Jodange searches investor sentiment with Top of Mind

01 February 2008  |  3959 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Jodange has debuted Top of Mind at Demo '08 - the press release is here. Built using the expertise of a bunch of Cornell University computer scientists, Jodange claims Top of Mind is already in evalu...

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