Chuck Strouse 2.0

January 3, 2007 at 1:21 pm 3 comments

With all of the 2.0 stuff going around Web 2.0, Digital Living Room 2.0 (As seen in today’s Wall Street Journal), and Business 2.0 on CNNMoney.  It seems like 2.0 is the new .com.  Back in pre 2001 days everyone was racing for  .com was like printing money.  If you have .com in your name and went public, Kaching!  Big bucks.  Look at Red Hat.  IPO August 11, 1999 at $46.  December 8, 1999 hits a high of $302. On January 7, 2000 does a two for one split at $230  By September 20, 2001 down to $3.03.  Today trading at a reasonable level of $22.

So in the spirit Du Jour I am proclaiming myself Chuck Strouse 2.0.  I gladly accept PayPal, Google’s pay system (whatever it is or will be since Google Rules the 2.0 world!) and cash donations.  For your donation you will get daily mentions on the Strousenet 2.0 Blog and top billing in Google Ad Sense searches for Chuck Strouse 2.0.

Call now operators are standing by.  1-888-Chuck2.0


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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. richb  |  January 3, 2007 at 6:52 pm

    I tried calling but couldn’t find the “.” on the dial pad…


  • 2. Old Man Kirby  |  January 4, 2007 at 11:51 am

    “Call know” come on Chuck how do expect to make any money when you don’t know the difference between now and know? And Rich is right there is no “.” on the stupid phone.

  • 3. Chuck  |  January 5, 2007 at 7:44 am

    You need to upgrade your phone to a phone 2.0 and that gets you the “.”


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