the book I'm currently reading is titled "Flow", thanks to my new super friend Tara Brown, who somehow knew exactly where my head was at and gave it to me to read just last week. It's a really good sequel in many ways to David Allen's Getting Things Done
People everywhere, equipped with cameras and access are posting what they see, for a few friends or the entire world. It is the reporting of everday people and places and incidents that will never be ready for prime time, but are useful and interesting to
Once you’ve been, it’s almost as if you are part of a tribe. You are let in on secrets that not everyone knows about. Events that are off the grid suddenly open their doors to you. The events happening that are not listed on the official schedule have
Bonny - or is it Bonnie - Pierzina played drums in the rock band performance with Veronica Belmont, Casey Mckinnon, and Leah Culver at Cedar Street Courtyard on 4th street, Austin, TX. Video at http://austincast.com/blog/
I think that there are still other opportunities for marketing companies to leverage Social Media. It isn't just to use social media as a feedback tool - that is but one of the many marketing objectives that may cause a company to engage in a social media
Audibot™ is an Linux-based audio device that Tables Turned distributes to radio stations and music venues. Connect it to an audio source and it automatically records, formats, and uploads MP3 recordings to any website.
industry is abuzz with a new Google Split test that offers a site search box underneath the first result, for a small set of navigational queries. The blogdom analysis has been rather shallow of this feature, so let me break it down for you.
And then the blogosphere picked it up. The first accounts I read sounded like “HUGE BLOWUP AT GNOMEDEX!!!” Strange, I thought — my experience of the event was quite different: it was a non-event for me.