A 2nd look at wishlistr (CN)

With over 100K wishlists created so far and the Christmas season approaching (or is it all ready here? Comes so much earlier than it used to), CenterNetworks takes another look at wishlistr.com.

In reality, it isn’t much of a look at all, offering only a snippet of advice about having direct links to the items instead of making them go to Amazon or elsewhere and copying the URL. Still, since our goal is not link to news about websites instead of the websites themselves, this was my best option.

SO, check out what CN has to say, then check out Wishlistr itself. Could be useful in filling the growing need to cater to the digital holidays.

Here’s a gift idea for your wishlist:

Center Networks’ Take on Wishlistr | Digg’s Take Take on CN’s Take

MySpace gets Toyota, TV heavy hitters for “quarterlife” (mashable)

MySpace is taking a step to be one of the first to really “dive in” towards the potential phenomenon of Internet television shows. “quarterlife”, created and produced by Herskovitz and Zwick of “thirtysomething” and “My So Called Life” fame, will be a “Kate Modernized” version of “My So Called Life”.

Perhaps bigger news is that the show will be sponsored by Toyota, a company known for progressive thinking in the advertising realm. This is a test, but it could eventually launch a new segment to the Internet-meets-television industry.

It’s a B2B thing:

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