I’m not much of a fan of TV commercials, probably because I don’t see them very often. #killYourTV But this commercial is pretty amazing. Not because it’s a tear jerker but because it speaks to a new behavior set that marketing companies like Chute are plugged into. People now have these amazing media tools in their hand – which they have had for a number of years –...
Take a look for yourself . . .
First, some amazing stats.
Cataloged 55 million places
4.5 billion total check-ins
6 million check-ins a day
@metablake of Foursquare talks about their new offering. (Funny thing about accuracy, is that Brightkite originally had place-snapping back in 2008.) I really like the thought of chiming in when you’re out of your element. Enjoy!
Check out this app from Super Pedestrian. Pretty cool! Enjoy!
This is a great video on how the iPhone became the iPhone. It definitely speaks to the fact that Steve Jobs was a Tweaker. No. That’s not a meth reference. (Click here)
This little stop motion video was shot entirely with Google Glass and took 4 days and over 1000 photos/drawings. Enjoy!
I’ve been fortunate enough to attend the last two Big Boulder events; here, here and even recommended context as the next subject here. At the end of the last event, they launched the Big Boulder Initiative. This is an update on their progress. (Details here.) Enjoy!
None of this is that surprising other than their responses. Enjoy!
I was honored to be interviewed by the Associated Press on the 25th of November. They brought me in to talk about how Wayin is monetizing the Twitter stream. Interesting business model and makes complete sense as a way to enhance an event with publicly viewable social media. Enjoy! #faceForRadio
Definitely asking Santa for a copy of this book.