Link to MegaReader let’s you read on the iPhone while you drive (video)

Oh yeah. I’m sure it’s totally safe. Now if it could just get the stop lights to last longer, so I can get that ever important text message out. (Love the disclaimer at the end.) Enjoy the video!

I have a friend who’s an architect and we recently had an interesting conversation around the concept of community; online and off-line. Online communities extend to all areas of the world, filled with people that you’ve met over the years. LinkedIn and Facebook are excellent mediums for international connections as well as connecting with people …

Link to Location based marketing vs. location based services

What’s the difference between location based marketing and location based services? Other than spelling, location based services is a subset of location based marketing. I’ll give two examples to help spell out the difference. Location based marketing – A person checks into Foursquare and sees and offer for that business such as 15% off for …

In August of 2009, Hugh McLeod posted about the concept of the Overextended Class and at the time, this post resonated with me and what I was feeling. In fact, I’m still very much feeling it. For those of you that don’t want to click on the link to Hugh’s post, I understand – it …

I recently saw this amazing graphic created by a Facebook intern and other than the fact it looks amazing, it also looked a little more than familiar to me. It looks like an international travel “pattern” video I posted a couple of years ago.  I’m not saying this an exact match and yet if I …

Link to Social SEO (video)

I posted about what I referred to as the corporate social graph and it’s impact on search results many moons ago. Google is beginning to include social media in PageRank. Enjoy!

Link to The Black Eyed Peas push augmented reality
Link to Amazing augmented reality app called Word Lens (video)

This amazing augmented reality app from QuestVisual called Word Lens translates real-time. Enjoy!

At first, this stat makes one pause. And then rabidly deny it. But . . . when you think about smartphone adoption and the differences in how people define “Internet usage”. It’s completely plausible. I have several family members that have told me that email usage only is Internet usage. Uh. . . . Ok. …