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Posts tagged with Fail

Google's Chrome ad: worst television ad ever?

This weekend, Google did something it (to the best of my knowledge) has never done before: it started promoting one of its products using a television ad.

That product is Google's browser, Chrome.

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What you can learn about a company on April Fool's Day

Yesterday was, of course, April Fool's Day and the internet has created a rich environment for all sorts of April Fool's pranks.

After all, there are limitless ways you can trick, deceive and amuse online, making internet users a juicy target for April Fool's Day.

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Ryanair freaks out at blogger, disses Wordpress, shoots foot

Freelance developer Jason Roe has moved one step closer to winning his next project courtesy of low-cost airline Ryanair, which has amusingly freaked out in public in response to his blog post.

This one looks all set to go the distance, and it’s certainly one for the case study file if you work in online PR.

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The bloodbath begins in the startup world

Everybody knew that the economic crisis would have a profound impact on VC-backed technology startups. Many that had been able to raise lots of funding when times were good focused on growth instead of revenue, grew headcount rapidly and planned for M&A levels and IPOs that were a part of an economy that is now a fading memory.

With many VCs unwilling or unable to continue supporting portfolio companies that haven't found a way to support themselves, it was only a time before waves of startups started closing their doors and selling themselves at firesale prices as they ran out of cash.

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