Apple's new music service, SEO mistakes, dispatches from WWDC, and a word from Sir James Dyson.
Apple unveils a new type of cloud. Steve Jobs took the stage yesterday to introduce iTunes Match, a piece of software that will "let users remotely access thousands of songs in their private collections, whether or not they were obtained through iTunes," according to The Wall Street Journal.
How IPO's affect start-ups. Robert R. Ackerman, Jr., the founder and managing director of Allegis Capital in Palo Alto, is bullish on the tech IPO market—and doesn't even use the word "bubble" once throughout the piece.
How not to drive traffic to your site. Business Insider offers five helpful tips on common SEO mistakes, a must-read for any DIY small business owner.
Just in case you missed the WWDC conference. Check out this nice round-up of the "best overlooked numbers and subtle features from WWDC 2011" by TechCrunch. Worth noting: 'Apple has paid out $2.5 billion to third-party app developers—that's up $1.5 billion from a year ago.'
James Dyson on why the U.S. education system needs help. Famed vacuum inventor, Knighted entrepreneur, and self-proclaimed 'tinkerer' James Dyson has a compelling piece in The Atlantic on why U.S. schoolchildren don't receive enough Design and Technology training.
The jobs report: not so bad for SMBs. Despite the sluggish job market, a new survey from Manta found that a majority of small businesses say they plan to hire this year.