Digital Follies: the Internet, Bubbleheads and Real Estate
The core curriculum.
Bubblehead trilogy: the movement.
Bubblehead trilogy: the manifesto.
Bubblehead trilogy: the messenger.
Bubblehead trilogy: the postscript.
The internet-empowered consumer meets real estate.
The Palo Alto bubble market. 8/25/12
Extreme Couponing or Extreme Naiveté? 6/30/12
Trulia to San Jose metro: you're not attractive anymore. 2/18/12
Now that I have one, how do I play it? 1/21/12
Trulia or false? 1/7/12
"4 tips for real estate software developers" hits the mark. 7/23/11
Zestimate or WAG? 7/2/11
Thanks! I needed that! 3/5/11
The long good-bye. 1/8/11
Out kicking tires? There's an app for that. 6/19/10
Homebuyers! Even after you buy, the Internet keeps giving. 11/7/09
Why Web 1.0 is good enough for me. 10/31/09
A peek into the abyss. 6/6/09
Apocalypse trilogy, part 1: Did the bears and bubbleheads get it right? 1/10/09
Palo Alto, that hotbed of foreclosure activity. 12/27/08
Trading lots of cynicism for a few fine sentiments. 11/08/08
Carriers of contagion. 10/25/08
More talk, but not more truth. 9/27/08
And thanks for sharing! 9/13/08
Zestimates: home valuations designed for Mr. Spock. 8/16/08
The spreadsheet guerillas strike again. 5/10/08
Yahoo! or Gotcha!? 5/3/08
The role of the insider in an age with no mysteries. 2/23/08
Pandora's box and dangerous thoughts. 12/23/07
Identifying the real "friction" in the system. 12/17/07
A bubblehead lets his hair down. 12/14/07
Leveling the ol' playing field. 7/2/07
Diary of a midlife crisis. 6/9/07
Real estate auctions: Next big thing or next pets.com? 11/24/06
BoycottHousing.com: old idea, new packaging. 7/11/06
Real estate the "online community" way. 6/26/07
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