I’ve been talking with a couple of friends of mine about the business of agencies. One is starting an agency and the other is going to sell theirs. The first person is only interested in creating beautiful sites based in Flash and the other has been working on honing search engine marketing (SEM) expertise. They …

It seems like there is a huge potential market for iPhone games focused on 3 – 6 year olds. Kids too young to use the phone but want it in their hands at all times. I have to hand mine over to my son every time he sees it. The issue I have in handing …

Well  . . . since the Internet has swung into the collective consciousness, it has primarily been a cost free medium, except for the price to access it. (This is what happens when academics run the world. Not complaining. All of the online growth would not have been possible if businesses would have charged for …

I got an email from a friend on Friday informing me that I had to see this amazing video and the sheer amount of calculus involved to pull it off was stunning. (Video at the bottom.) The video is well done and very funny. Makes me want to set up a huge Slip ‘n Slide. …

This is my second book report and again, the spoiler alert is in effect. (My first was Surfing with Malcom Gladwell.) For those of you unfamiliar with Hugh MacLeod, you need to go to his blog gapingvoid as soon as you get done reading this. (You should also stop at Amazon and buy his book.) …

Link to Augmented Reality for Twitter with TwittARound

I posted a video by Layar featuring augmented reality. I suspected it wouldn’t talk too long before there was one for Twitter and  . . . here it is. The potential of augmented reality is just starting and would be a great way to visualize conduit marketing.

I’ve been talking about the Internet being the convergence of all things entertainment, communication and information for a long time now. Recently the entertainment genre got a whole lot more interesting with OnLive. OnLive is a company that rabid gamers heard about earlier this year at the Game Developers Conference. They are essentially an online/on …

(The title of this post sounds like a really bad band.) This is going to be one of those long posts with a lot of links, in order to connect the dots. Work with me . . . We’ve been hearing about recent shifts in the online landscape and I wanted to take some time …

Or maybe this post should be called; what I did when I was hacked. Either way . . . I was recently hacked and wanted to share my experience to help those unfortunate souls that this happens to. There are lots of ways to get hacked and in my case it was Malware. (Malware? is …

I posted a short while back about Jakob Neilsen’s site and the question of how usable it is. My argument was simple; the nature of the Internet has changed since Jakob put the site up and the Internet/browser today is closer to an application than a brochure. I received some nice comments and one question …