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“In verticals like employment, market leaders monster and careerbuilder dwarf the new meta-classifieds services such as oodle, simplyhired and workzoo (that also run RSS feeds) - to the point where the startups dont even register, yet.”
“She also has an “oodle of a caboodle” of postcards of this nature, but the dilemma is knowing to whom to send them; I am shocked to learn that some folks might find receiving a postcard like this offensive in some way.”
“N oodle + Easy Distance, $15: Soft cover, low-compression.”
“What's more, sex trafficking ads appear to have migrated from Craigslist to other sites, including oodle.com, backpage.com, and various popular social networking sites.”
“A migration of sex ads from Craigslist over to backpage, oodle, and eBay's LoQuo.com.”
“If it makes you feel better, it never occurred to me that the word “oodle” is somehow feminine.”
“From as early as I can remember, the beagles in my neighborhood would call me names, like "Mixed Breed", "Mutt" and the worst one of all, "Hybrid", as if I were some sort of fuel-efficient sedan, or worse, some kinda wannabe-designer-doggie mash-up with a breed name that inevitably rhymes with "oodle".”
“All with quite different technical product approaches; Vast. com indexing billions of classifieds listings from dark web databases in cars, jobs and dating; Edgeio going folksonomic (category) broader (infinite) through tens of millions of blogs with RSS feeds, and then there is hListing: The Structured Blogging spec, which has people like Craig Donato from oodle as a co-author (and Tantek's prints over everything) hListings are pretty simple by definition:”
“December 10, 2006 at 11: 30 pm | Reply oodle was written up on yahoo about there new personals, how do you feel about them scraping friendster, plentyoffish, etc and showing the profiles”
“May 16, 2007 at 11:48 am doodle -oodle-oo! indeed! too friggin funneh!”
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