Browsing all posts in June, 2008.
Ok so I have a few rules that I live by. I have collected these rules from the smartest people in my life. The first I share with you is what I call "the rule of 10 percent." This rule started with my Grandfather DeBona, a brilliant man who has he battled cancer continued to [...]
Whether you are buying a TV, Starting a blog or looking for a invite to a new web application. Remember to use web and vertical search engines. For example if you are looking for a beta code to join a site like ping.fm, then do a summize.com search to search messages on twitter that would [...]
In a recent interview with ZDnet Twitter Co-founder Biz Stone says that it is important to keep Twitter as a free service. I agree with him on that, but I would gladly pay for a pro version of twitter that had additional features. That being said before they do anything they have to improve their [...]
I often need to take screen shots, edit them and share them with others. It has always been a pain, but Skitch does these things better than any other application I have ever used. I am a huge fan and it is easily one of the best applications of the year. I could tell you [...]
FAIL In today’s worst idea, Ars Technica is reporting that “Time Warner Cable will launch a trial program on Thursday which will impose monthly Internet consumption caps on new subscribers in Beaumont, Texas. Following a two-month grace period, cable users will pay $1 for each additional gigabyte consumed beyond the cap.” Why this is a [...]
By now I am sure all of you have been to icanhascheezburger.com which has been a popular internet meme for more than a year now. Today though I saw this cool site that lets you translate into LOL Cat speak. It is pretty funny give it a try!
Below is another must watch video from Lee Lefever’s Common Craft. Social Media in Plain English from leelefever on Vimeo.