Link to Geo-fencing according to Location Labs

I found this video from Location Labs talking about three variations on the concept of geo-fencing. The first time I’d heard of geo-fencing was when Sonic restaurants incorporated it into their marketing mix. My take on what could be done with this is below the video. The three types of geo-fences described in the video …

After lecturing last quarter, the host professor asked me; “How do you keep up with all that’s going on?”. I told him that I’d setup a personalized RSS feed via Twitter and because of this, I’d found numerous posts, articles, white papers, case studies and other resources that have proven to be invaluable. I don’t …

Link to Full trailer for new movie about Facebook- The Social Network

Last night we started covering the mobile landscape. My goal was to cover the basics but we quickly got into the rock-n-roll. First, let’s talk about off-deck vs. on-deck. In a nutshell, on-deck is the AOL experience for mobile. Think Motorola Razor. The official definition is: A browseable portal of links to content, pre-configured usually …

Link to Interactive Twitter-based murals promoting Canada  (video)

Awesome example of the collision between the real world and the virtual world by the Canadian Tourism Commission. Queue O Canada!

This post is for all of those businesses whose site search is so bad that you have to leave their site, go to Google, type in your search terms with their business name just to find anything on their site. Search is such an integral part of our online experience . An essential key to …

Monday and Wednesday, Professor Stephen Haag came in and lectured on Metrics. One of the promises of IT is the ability to know where your business is. The trick is measure what is measurable (as crazy as that sounds), essential to the business and most importantly compare yourself to your competition and not just your …

Link to Hillel Cooperman on Legos! (video)

. . . Hillel knows . . .

Several weeks ago I walked into Breckenridge Brewery in LoDo for a networking event. It was roughly 4:30 and the place was dead. As I walked up to the counter I saw an amazing piece of hand drawn artwork being worked on by the man behind the counter. It was shocking. Like finding a walrus …