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  • These are makings of go-nowhere dot-bombs who will only produce a few wealthy people who were skilled at getting gullible VCs to give them money for no damned good reason.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • And, in a year when several steel-sourcing e-sourcing dot. coms became dot-bombs, steel buyers aren't enamored with reverse auctions: Only

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Sacrificing many trillions of dollars of GDP for a trivial, 45-year-delayed and merely hypothetical reduction in average global temperature must be considered as exponentially more asinine than the dot-bombs of the late-1990s and the NINJA subprime loans that we now look upon scornfully.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • Clinton recession (i.e., the dot-bombs) came about, I actually applied for a job with Wal-Mart, and turned it down with scorn when informed I could only work 34 hours a week, with no exceptions.

    Cadillac Tight

  • Michael smells the faint odor of smoldering dot-bombs from a decade ago in pronouncements that enterprises will be conducting transactions and computing through the Internet.

    ebizQ Business and IT Agility News

  • I’d think that investing in a company whose customers can bail at any time doesn’t make great long-term sense (um … see the dot-bombs circa 2002, and, today, Google).

    Scripting News for 5/21/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • What we found out from the “dot-bombs” was that there was a lot of creativity out there—a lot of ways to use new technology to create new lines of’business.

    Evolutionary Leadership

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