“Fourtrace is a research project in “Advanced topics in Computer Networking” at University of California, Santa Barbara. Our goal is to find out if it’s possible to predict where a user is at a given time.”
I think we can be smarter about how Wordpress communicates with the social web.
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.
As you move through your social networks, which person are you? The “guru,” the pretender or the inspiration?
How do we increase the signal to noise ratio in conference twitter streams? Is Twitter even the best place to share the content? These are some of the questions I’m left with after monitoring the REBCNASH stream on Twitter.
We love games here at Zeek Interactive. We play them. We make them. This past week, Gist launched their own training game. And I really like it.
My current opinion of “lo so” puts location-based social networks somewhere between stupid and dangerous. If these services are going to thrive, I’m going to need a better reason to check in than letting my sphere know where I am.
This is a test of a live blogging iPhone app and Wordpress plugin at the HAR Digital Media Spring Training 2010 Major League Sessions.
A test of a live blogging iPhone app during Paul Chaney’s “Twitter: It’s Not Just For The Birds” presentation at the HAR Digital Media Training Camp.
The concept of the “site-less web” has become a popular topic of late. From a business standpoint, what the advocates say is that your website/blog is no longer as important as it used to be and that information no longer needs a specific source to gain wide distribution. People can and will be able to [...]