track phone. com. How to android spy software a cheater wife. Mobile phone galaxy s2. This is very useful in case of spying on employees. Track cell phone numbers. Track mobile phone gps. best spy app for android mobile phone gps locator. The Features of Phone Spy Software. Google gps maps download. Phone nr lookup. Wife is cheating. http://mspy.me cell gps tracker. Phone tracker reviews. Cell phone number lookup. Mobile phone tracking program. Best spyware app. Spy mspy.me application. Spying bubbles. Who s cell phone number. Best spy mobile software. Trace cell phone gps. Spy applications can monitor the SMS and text messages stored in your cell phone. Phone spyware software. Key logger application. Look up phone numbers for free. So why would someone want to use mobile spy software? Cant you just trust people? spy on phone the truth is, sometimes you really cant. Cell track. Cheatwives.
Capturing the Latest Trends for women
Understanding Mom Bloggers
08.03.06 | No Comments

Using the brand, sparkly new Technorati, I came across a great post about the mom blogger “revolution” - essentially, the growth of mothers starting and creating blogs. For anyone who has done random surfing on the blogosphere, its not a new thing, but there’s a lot going on with mom bloggers right now - particularly on the heels of the BlogHer convention - as well as a number of other great directories and the growing lists of top “Mom bloggers” (including a few of my favorites, like Busymom, SVMoms and many more).

Hitwise on Digg vs. NYT
07.07.06 | No Comments

LeeAnn Prescott over at Hitwise takes an interesting look at stats that give a “reality check” to recent speculation that Digg’s traffic and new content areas could make it as big as the NYTimes. I like her approach, which doesn’t just look at traffic or pageviews, but also demographics (for instance, the fact that “6% of Digg’s users were in the 18-24 age bracket, while only 9.5% of NY Times users were in that age group“), and where their traffic comes from.

Don’t get me wrong, I love Digg and think they have a great thing going, but I do think we’re looking at two different sets of users, vs. news consumers (and trackers) as a whole.

Short Stuff for June 22nd
06.22.06 | No Comments

Hispanic Audience seeks mobile entertainment (eMarketer)

Social Media = Local Search guides (Clickz)

The Best Games of Summer (Business Week)