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Local Quotables: BJ Emerson, Joe Meyer, Tim O’Shaugnessy and more…

Joycelene Fernandez

Local Quotables: BJ Emerson, Joe Meyer, Tim O’Shaugnessy and more…

In this week’s column, of all people, the VP of technology at Tasti-D-Lite, BJ Emerson, turned a sharp tongue on location-based services at the LocNav conference in San Jose (“they used to call it ‘stalking'”). Jim Brady talked scale; Joe Meyer described the realization that there was a business in local companies; and one small business owner cleverly noted that Twitter and Facebook don’t do a local merchant much good “if people don’t know where you are located.” Read all of this week’s the wise words and wise-cracks around and about the hyperlocal industry.

Local Quotables: Richard Jones, Ellis Hamburger, Bo Fishback and more..

Joycelene Fernandez

Local Quotables: Richard Jones, Ellis Hamburger, Bo Fishback and more..

The best words about and around the hyperlocal industry.

Wise words from the outgoing editor of the Saddleworth News; a first-time Foursquarer questions what it’s all about; Yipit’s Vin raises the Google-Groupon question; and Ben Ilfeld comments on the new indie hyperlocal trade association formed last weekend in Chicago. More:

Local Quotables: Susan Mernit, Steve Buttry, Jeffrey Kalmikoff, and more

Joycelene Fernandez

Local Quotables: Susan Mernit, Steve Buttry, Jeffrey Kalmikoff, and more

A weekly roundup of thoughts about and around the hyperlocal industry.

Susan Mernit chastises the ONA; a Groupon manager says businesses don’t understand their product; SimpleGeo’s Jeffrey Kalmikoff expresses doubts about Facebook’s new interface; and Hearsay Local’s Clara Shih talks about social networks in the organization. More:

Twitter Local: @PaulCarr, @AndyEllwood, @LizaBarista and more

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Twitter Local: @PaulCarr, @AndyEllwood, @LizaBarista and more

All the tweets that fit… listening in on the hyperlocal Twitterverse.

This week, Erin Carlon, Andy Ellwood, and Clara Shih point their words at customer experience. Vin Vacanti has some grounding advice for startups. Paul Carr, who made waves this past week with the news of his TechCrunch resignation, makes some thinly veiled barbs. And more…

Twitter Local: @MarissaMayer, @LisaWilliams, @PerryEvans, @RobCurley and more…

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Twitter Local: @MarissaMayer, @LisaWilliams, @PerryEvans, @RobCurley and more…

This week on Twitter, Rob Curley notes that “innovative” doesn’t always drive readership; Closely’s Perry Evans calls Zagat “an aggregation model and methodology,” and Grapphic’s Michael Fives rolls his eyes at TechCrunch, AOL and HuffPo: It’s “like watching a bunch of spoiled children misbehave.” Read more from the hyperlocal twitterverse.