Search Results for: ebay
There’s no such thing as big data: This is an article about how companies fail to put “big data” – the reams and reams of information he accumulate – to good use. It starts off with a really good story about a failure of the airline industry and one of their frequent fliers. Go read [...]
Monopoly .com Edition : From 2000, complete with pictures. In it the streets are replaced with ‘30 of today’s hottest web sites’. These are: Sportsline.com and FoxSports.com, Yahoo! Geocities, Oxygen and iVillage, shockwave.com, games.com and E! Online, Priceline, Expedia, and eBay, weather.com, about.com and cnet.com, ETrade, monster.com and MarketWatch.com, Ask Jeeves, AltaVista and Lycos, and [...]
ClusterShot: The nice folks over at silverorange released ClusterShot today. This is eBay for stock photos, essentially, where anyone can sell their stock images for use in other media. If anyone can make this work, those guys can. Congratulations, Dan, Steven, and everyone else.
File this under strange things on eBay; a spice rack and a poltergeist in a package deal. I purchased this spice rack at an old thrift shop a few months back and ever since paranormal and unexplainable things have been occuring… the sound of an elderly woman humming in the kitchen as if to entertain [...]
Gas prices drive Geos from clunkers to chic: Apparently this is the hot car to sell on eBay. The 1996 2-door 3-cylinder Metro Solomon now owns opened on eBay May 7 with a bid of $200. A week later, Solomon won the car auction with a bid of $7,300. In 1995, a new Metro hatchback [...]
EBay seller boycott set to start Monday: I know there have been eBay boycott’s before, but this one seems to have some real heft behind it. CNN has been reporting on it regularly, and there’s more push behind this one than I’ve ever seen. The boycott, planned to run Feb. 19 – 25, is scheduled [...]
Hannah Montana Tickets on Sale! Oops, They’re Gone: Interesting article about the bot war TicketMaster has with scalpers. There’s a program out there called “PurchaseMaster” which is tuned in to TicketMaster’s purchasing process and will start pounding it as soon as tickets go on sale. What’s interesting is how they get past the captchas. RMG [...]
A descending garage door busted my sunroof wind deflector the other day (I was in the beam!!! Grrr…) so I went looking for one on eBay. I really like how their search results work. This strikes me as highly usable.
eBay: Vintage SAEHAN eiger labs mpman mp f10 mp3 player: The MP3 player as an antique. There’s a picture — it’s big. Extremely Rare !!! Vintage 1997 Mp man F10 from eiger labs / saehan !! This is the very 1st MP3 player produced : months before the Rio diamond. THIS ITEM BEGAN THE MP3 [...]
e Boo Boos – Misspelled Items and Auctions on eBay: Bargains can be had on eBay when people misspell the items they’re listing. Since they’re not spelled right, no one finds them, and no one bids on them. Proving that no hole goes unfilled, here’s the first (see comments) a search engine devoted to finding [...]