Social media takes on many forms, and is ever-evolving. This infographic explains the common perceptions behind some of the popular social media applications, illustrated with a use case that we can all relate to: donuts. You can quibble over the inclusion or exclusion of particular social media applications, but the intent remains much the same. What […]
Last month, I shared how face-to-face meetings still matter. You might assume that the realm of social media — which by it’s very definition encourages online community and relationship building — wouldn’t really gain much through real life interaction. You’d be dead wrong. Social Media in the Real OC Here in Orange County we are […]
My iPad has officially replaced my trusty Moleskine notebook. Instead of paper and pen, my iPad comes to my meetings, to Starbucks, and pretty much everywhere I go. There are a lot of wonderful apps for the iPad, and I’ll get into them in good time. But one app really stands out in it’s design, […]
A lot of sites have attempted to serve this up with a big heaping helping of irony and skip the linkback. I chose differently.
Twitter, Foursquare, Facebook, LinkedIn and the long list of other social networks vying for attention have captured plenty of media coverage as millions ofpeople jump on the bandwagon. The tools make it easy to build large lists — a “network” of followers, friends and so-called colleagues. Many people forget that it’s not about how big your network is. British anthropologist […]
Anyone who’s been paying attention has seen the dearth of writing going on here lately. I’ve been experimenting with lifestream focused themes that let me feed the beast that is this blog in an automated, sound bite fashion using feeds from the various services I use on a regular basis; Last.fm, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Netflix, […]
Digsby is a new multi-network IM (AIM, ICQ, WLM, Jabber, GTalk, Yahoo) that also integrates your email and social network accounts on Facebook and Myspace. It’s in private beta, but this site has screenshots, initial impressions, and invites. read more | digg story