What a Year and Bob Collymore ends it with style

Posted on Friday, December 23, 2011, under

Merry ChristmasWhat people need during the Holidays are gifts and lots of them. That means that great shopping experiences need not be the subject of our imaginations no more. Thanks to daily deal websites, the realization of buying and selling as a creative art has been diversified.However, the Export Processing Zone (EPZ) in conjunction with manufactures needs to do more to ensure that the public is able to access information about the Country’s extensive trading facilities as well as the opportunities of representation in  avenues of business worldwide.

Anyways, I don’t have much to say other than to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Its been great meeting new people and growing with the existing network of buddies. Being the change that you want to see in the world is not just a thought but a right.

Meanwhile, Bob, Jeff and Julie did a number on gospel artist Jimmy Gait’s Song remix Furi Furi. Collymore did not just style up the song but he also dignified it with a unique sense of  recital. I’ll let you piece together the rest of the information with the video below:


Be blessed and see you in the next year!

Patent Troll Sues Google, Groupon

mthSigh. Here we go again.

A patent troll called Mount Hamilton Partners has filed two separate patent infringement lawsuits against daily deals juggernaut Groupon and Google, which also operates a digital couponing business called Google Offers.

Mount Hamilton Partners, which purports to be an 'investor in technology companies' on its website, garnered headlines about two and a half years ago when it sued OpenTable right before the restaurant reservation service provider went public. Now they're going after Google and Groupon.
Done Deal – Akamai Buys Rival Cotendo For $268 Million

cotendoAkamai has indeed acquired Cotendo, one of its largest competitors, in a deal valuing the CDN and site acceleration services company at approximately $268 million.

The confirmation comes nearly a month after Israeli business press reported that Akamai was mulling an acquisition of the website and mobile acceleration technology vendor for up to $350 million.
SpotMe Payments: A Great App For Settling Up

spotme-iphoneSpotMe, a handy little tool for sharing expenses in groups, is now a top 10 mobile app in the finance category and a featured app in Apple's App Store Rewind 2011. Zornitza Stefanova, the CEO of SpotMe's maker Boomerang Digital, describes the app as "a social messenger for payments." What that means is that the app takes over the often uncomfortable job of having to ask your friends for the money they owe - it does that for you.
DealFind Launches Its Version Of Groupon Now: “Everyday Deals”

DealfindToronto-based deal provider Dealfind is on the move, having recently gone mobile, and, as of today, is launching something called "Everyday Deals." The feature is somewhat similar to GrouponNow in that it allows you to find deals you can buy and use right now. But really, the site is more of a deals database, where deals are searchable by location, category and redeemable time.


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