In this entrepreneurial episode of the hellyeah! show, we discuss Monster’s hit-and-miss rogue site identification, the recent Zappos compromise, Megaupload and terrible last names, the SOPA and PIPA protests, Apple’s announcement of iBooks 2, and the new AT&T data plan structure.
Check out the show notes after the break…
- Craigslist is a rogue site. So is eBay. And Sears.com.
- Zappos compromise
- SiriusXM, why can’t I quit you?
Megaupload shut down
- 7 employees charges (including founder Kim Dotcom) with violation of piracy laws
SOPA and PIPA protests
- they worked!
- basically what we thought it would be
- $15 textbooks for all!
new AT&T data plans
- $20/mo. for 300 MB instead of $15/mo. for 200 MB
- $30/mo. for 3 GB instead of $25/mo. for 2 GB
- $50/mo. for 5 GB+tethering instead of $45/mo. for 4 GB+tethering