Tag Archives: John Schultz

Fractured: Social networks should only provide interface to underlying public data

I love Google+. I’ve been on it for 24 hours now, thanks to my friend John Schultz, and I can safely say it takes the best of what Facebook stole from Twitter and wraps it up in a clean and … Continue reading

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Proxibid launches new website, embedded bidding

Image via CrunchBase We’ve been following the new features and website from Proxibid for the last few weeks. Today they’ve launched the new website and announced that you can start reserving the embedded bidding solution. Here’s the release. Omaha, NE … Continue reading

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Don’t penalize Internet buyers

Our friend John Schultz wrote a great blog post this morning about the importance of ensuring that registration requirements were similar for Internet bidders and live bidders. He describes the effect of restricting Internet bidders as follows. Auction companies need … Continue reading

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