But here's one that jumps out of the ordinary: I've been quoted for a piece on CNNMoney.com (pause while I do a bit of a happy dance. This is a significant hit.)
It's entitled The next big thing in batteries, and it was written by Grace Wong out of New York. Here's what I said:
"The chances of alternative batteries gaining a foothold is much higher than a year ago before the issue with lithium ion batteries became mainstream," said Carmi Levy, an analyst with Info-Tech Research Group.And it was the lead quote, too. Cool! (They also built a sidebar out of my research note. Look to the right.)
Some days, I feel like I'm leading a bit of an unreal life.
But wait, there's more: Hell did indeed freeze over last night as Microsoft announced a partnership with Novell to develop and promote products and services for (say it with me) SUSE Linux. We sent out a press release (it's on Yahoo!Finance here) and I've pretty much spent my day speaking with reporters. Lots of fresh links coming, but if you're really keen, Google search me here, or Google News search me here.
And still more: Here's a quick rundown of some of the key pickups following the Microsoft/Novell announcement:
Investor's Business Daily: Windows, Windows And... Linux? by Patrick Seitz
BetaNews: What Microsoft + Novell Means Going Forward, by Scott M. Fulton, III