We’re not sure what we’re going to do with our Leap Motion test unit here at Zeek Interactive yet, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to at least be at the forefront of experiencing this new “leap” forward in computer interaction.
Planning is about setting expectations. If expectations are spelled out up front, there should be no surprises. If your developer lacks the skills to proactively set expectations, but you can take on this responsibility. The developer will probably thank you for doing so.
This is the first in a four part series about working with a developer to get a custom Wordpress site (or any digital project) built.
We feel like a bit like a proud parent this morning as we read the news coverage about the new Cisco SIO To Go iPhone app. We’ve worked very closely with Michael Weir, Cisco security marketing director, and his team over the past few months, so we share the excitement they’re feeling right now. You can download the app from the iTunes store here.
This morning, Marie Hattar, VP of Network Systems and Security Solutions at Cisco, was one of the keynote presenters at Interop. She shared her excitement a few weeks ago on Twitter, but didn’t let the cat out of the bag about what Cisco security innovation would be unveiled. We’ve been chomping at the bit to […]
Zeek Interactive wants to help bring your ideas to life. You use online services every day in ways we would never think to use them. As a result, you uncover problems and think of solutions we might never see. As we did with Ben Martin and Twext.me, we’d like to help you make your ideas a reality.
If you’ve been with Twext.me from the beginning, you know that we’ve been using the various mobile carrier email-to-text options to deliver your Twitter mentions vis SMS. This worked fine, but most of the carriers generated a unique short code for each notification we sent. We found the solution in TextMarks.com.
Ben Martin is the reason we created Twext.me. So, we thought it would be nice to feature the video he created to show people how to use it. Thanks, Ben!
We’ve created an easy way to insure your message is sent on Twitter exactly as you want it to be sent. The creation of this little tool was prompted by a direct message question from Matt Stigliano. The easier it is for your readers on Twitter to do something for you, the more likely they are to do it. Here’s how to created a Twitter status update URL.
One weekend of live testing was all it took to figure out that some changes needed to be made if “power users” were going to find any benefit to the Twext.me service. Ben Martin and Derek Massey both sent in their requests for updates. And we made the changes.