Simply put, it’s better to own your main web presence. I was not surprised by the announcement that Posterous will turn off on April 30. Even before they were bought by Twitter a year ago, I was warning people of the danger involved in renting a web presence. If you don’t own it, you don’t […]
I read a post this morning titled, “You Won’t See Facebook’s Graph Search On iPhone Or Android Anytime Soon,” that has left me scratching my head a bit. Surely I’m missing something. The entire basis of Tareq Ismail’s argument was the difficulty of typing in long sentences on a mobile phone. “It’s simple: Graph Search for mobile would need to […]
Companies spend a lot of time and money trying to find new customers. We focus a great deal of attention on the process of bringing them in the door. The same attention needs to be applied to keeping them.
Conversations are more significant than we are aware of, more powerful than we acknowledge. They are much like breathing.”
Apparently, after extensive study, researchers found that “advertising is more effective when it is paired with news content that is relevant to the product…” If some social media users could learn this, the world would be a better place.
In reflecting on the fact that his son’s “eventual adult career does not exist yet,” Kelly explained the “technological smartness” he attempted to impart during his home schooling. What he wrote is some of the best advice about technology I’ve ever read.
For those who want to play along, I thought I’d share parts of the Zeek.com redesign process with you. The first step – wireframes.
Creative design is subjective. Whether a site can handle a traffic spike created by a link from a highly influential website, like The Drudge Report is not.
We don’t get things wrong because we are uninformed and lazy and stupid and evil. We get things wrong because we get things right.
I recognize the incredible value of a handwritten note and I suck at actually sending them. Greg Meyer, from Gist.com, does not.