• Check out GetVendors. I can’t say exactly how I think this will end up working, though it seems like a neat idea, as far as improving the “directory” system we all live in. You know, the one that some of us older than like 20 call the “yellow pages.” [via Emily Chang’s fantastic eHub]
  • Scoble points to an exceptionally fun episode of GETV where Irina Slutsky gets to, you guessed it, “ask a ninja” about stuff. Go, Irina & Eddie & Co!
  • Duct Tape Marketing’s John Jantsch is talking about how to use a business plan as a marketing tool
  • YouTube’s founders might be all giggly over the recent deal to sell to Google, but that hasn’t stopped the community from being concerned about what it *really* means for them.
  • Over at Channel 9, Sven Groot is bugged by some of the strange bugs he’s coming across in Vista. Howabout y’all?
  • .mobi domains came not too long ago, and they were marketed out the wazoo. Did you get one? Todd Cochrane is making a nice, cogent statement about purchasing them, which is relevant if you’re a business. Now, if we could only get site devs to start regularly creating mobile content…
  • In Thursday’s Guardian, Miles Brignall is discussing the importance of being able to prove your company is “green.” While he’s specifically referring to the Advertising Standards Authority across the pond, that doesn’t mean it isn’t something to think about, as everyone’s trying to “do better” with the environment these days.
  • Speaking of mobile devices, according to this item by News.com’s Elinor Mills, Ask.com will have a nifty mobile version that you can grab on the fly, and is all set up for you to use while you’re on the small screen.