I found this post summarizing 10 business models for monetizing web applications interesting.  Here are the 10 models, click the link for the details:

  1. Fixed Subscriptions
  2. Variable Subscriptions
  3. Advertising
  4. Sponsor
  5. Paid Content
  6. Products and Pay Per-Use
  7. Branding
  8. Create a Platform
  9. Affiliate
  10. White Label

louisgray.com: 10 Business Models to Monetize Web Applications.

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I haven’t had a chance to experience this new facility firsthand; but after reading this article from the Mecury News, its high on my list of things to checkout! I will post a follow-up with pictures when I do.

New eco-friendly…

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technopodge on February 23rd, 2009

Over the last few days, I’ve been pinged several times by people asking when we are going to have another South Bay Tweet-up?

I was thinking the next one should be at Mountain Mike’s in Campbell. They have a great meeting room…

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technopodge on February 19th, 2009
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Re-engaging with Toastmasters has been on my “to-do” list for quite sometime.  Finally, tonight I crossed it off my list by visiting the  “Talking Heads” chapter of Toastmasters which meets in nearby Mountain View, CA.  As I expected, I encoutered…

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technopodge on February 18th, 2009

This little video from “The Common Craft Show” is one of the best explanations of twitter that I have seen. Thanks to Nilo, the founder of the “Layoffs Cafe” for bringing it to my attention!

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technopodge on February 16th, 2009

Since the start of the year, I have been dilligently networking, often attending as many as 5 meetups / tweetups, etc. in a a given week.  For the most part, my motivation is to share what I have learned with…

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technopodge on February 13th, 2009

This is definitely one for the geeks among us, believe it or not 1234567890 occurred at 23:31:30 GMT today, Friday 13, 2009. In the US, this equates to:

Before you go clicking over to your favorite time converter site, 1234567890 Unix Epoch Time is…

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technopodge on January 26th, 2009

More on the debate over the ideal resume length. Clearly the majority still favor the 1-page format, with 2 pages acceptable for executive positions.

Since mine is a rather densely packed 3 page tome, I definitely have to get out the axe…

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technopodge on January 21st, 2009

It just dawned on me that although I have been co-organizing and promoting tomorrow’s  South Bay Tweetup and Networking event in a variety of places; up until now I have neglected to post a notice about it here on my own…

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technopodge on January 10th, 2009

media 150x150 Kittens at South Bay Home & Garden ShowI spent most of the afternoon lending a hand to my friends from FOSMAS, the Friends Of San Martin Animal Shelter showing some of their kittens & cats (and yes even some dogs) at the South Bay Home & Garden Show at the Santa…

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