Pilgrim’s Picks for April 29 – Early Edition
If you noticed the timestamp on today’s Picks you’re probably thinking: "7:50am – Andy’s never awake that early!"
I apologize for this rift in the space-time continuum. I’m sure my waking up early resulted in an earthquake in China–or maybe just caused a butterfly to keel-over. In any event, I’ll try not to let it happen again.
On to today’s Picks:
- RWW takes a look at YackTrack, a new tool for tracking comments from sites such as Digg, StumbleUpon, Technorati, and the like.
- MySpace wins a law suit against a spammer by default–actually a default judgement.
- It appears Google and the Mobile Marketing Association need to get on the same page when it comes to determine mobile ad unit sizing.
- Silicon Alley Insider rolls out its own valuations for popular web companies. Kudos to Jason Calacanis–yes those words are in the right order–for a Mahalo valuation ($150 million) greater than Digg ($125 million). I’m sure Trackur’s omission from the list is an error they’ll fix.