Browsing all posts in December, 2008.

Social Media According To “Real People”

Many people I know are geeks, actually they are huge geeks. Because of this it is sometimes easy to lose the non-geek perspective. We spend our time talking about applications most of which will never be used on a large scale basis and talk technology that will not be on most people’s radars for months [...]

Bloggers Stop Being Cranky! PR Do Your Jobs Better!: Response To “Death To The Embargo”

Yesterday TechCrunch post a story calling for “Death To The Embargo” it has created some heated debate between the blogging and PR industries. Please watch the video below for my advice to both groups.

The Grinch Stole Christmas: Steve Jobs Not Keynoting Macworld!

Apple has issued a press release announcing that Steve Jobs will NOT be the keynote speaker at the 2009 Macworld Expo in January and this will be the last Macworld that the company participates in.  It won’t be the same without you Steve! P.S. Please send the Apple netbook with Phil to Macworld.

Girl Scout Cookie Finder: Using Social Media To help Sell Cookies?

Well it is official the the Girl Scouts of America have jumped into the social web fray.  For what purpose? To sling cookies of course.  They have launched GirlScoutCookies.com that has a cookie finder and links to their Myspace, Flickr, and Facebook groups.  I think they have done a pretty nice job with this effort, [...]

4 Steps To Building A Content Creation Workflow

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Flip Mino HD Test: The Future of Online Video In 2009

I recorded a quick video to test out my new Flip Mino HD camera and talk about online video trends upcoming in 2009. I have embedded a Viddler and YouTube copy of the same video so you can get an idea of the quality difference of the video compression between the two services. Viddler: YouTube:

Does Location Still Matter? Hell Yes

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2008 The Year Traditional Media Died: 5 Predictions For The Future of Media

Well, 2008 is almost over and it was a big year, surely to be remembered throughout history as the year that the United States elected Barack Obama to be its 44th President. While this will be 2008′s biggest legacy we will also look back many years from now to see another major milestone that occurred [...]

Bargain Shopping: 10 Ways To Find Great Deals For Christmas and The Rest of The Year

Any one who reads this blog regularly knows that I am a gigantic nerd, but what you may not know about me is that I consider myself a top tier bargain hunter. I save hundreds of dollars every month with my bargain hunting techniques. With the economy doing poorly I thought it was time to [...]

Digital Capitalism Video: It Is 2008 and Blog is Still A Four Letter Word

Interested to hear your responses to today’s video, please leave me some feedback in the comments!