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
communication protocols for the new age from tantek celik "'m capturing and collecting some notes on my experiences with optimal human to human communication protocols and mediums from my perspective, i.e. when others are trying to communicate with me, wh
In the halls of the Austin Convention Center, you couldn't take three steps without tripping over a blogger, "vlogger," podcaster or online TV show host of some kind. There was so much recording, photo snapping and keyboard tapping that anyone who wasn't
On October 24-26, join 100 of the world’s top web visionaries, developers, designers, thought leaders, and celebrities for three days of talks at this seminal web event. Ian Forrester is the subject of an upcoming interview on austincast.com
Great news, world! I’m very pleased to announce that Veronica Belmont has joined the Revision3 family as Patrick Norton’s co-host on our tech-centric show Tekzilla, and we couldn’t be happier to have her on board.
SXSW was awesome. Nowhere else in the entire field of geek can you plug in so easily. There are so many conversations, so many connections. It just feels good to be there. Hummel asked for a transcript of the conference, so here goes…
Bonnie Pierzina on drums, Leah Culver (pownce.com) on bass, Veronica Belmont (Mahalo Daily) on guitar, and Casey Mckinnon (Galacticast) belting out vocals at SXSW 2008. Technical difficulties couldn't stop tech's hottest video bloggers from rocking.
When I was last in San Francisco a few weeks ago, my good friend, Shel Israel interviewed me, as part of his new FastCompany.com gig. We talked about "Social Objects", with a heavy emphasis on "Social Markers".
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
This 2.5 minute video is a result of feedback from our fans. We’ve received a number of requests from people who want their friends to use the micro-blogging service Twitter, but can’t seem to explain it well. We hope this video helps.
First, how can new users tune in to the hottest conversations on Twitter quickly? Second, how can all the people not participating in the week long event still enjoy their beloved Twitter if it's overrun with SXSW references?