Link to Twitter in Real Life (funny video)

Tonight was the first night that Facebook users (that aren’t celebrities), could get thier own personalized URL. In a fit of “nerding out”, I was logged in and watching the countdown. When the clock struck 10:01, the screen reloaded and I was given the option to select my URL.  Facebook made this very easy and …

QR stands for “quick response” and marketers always care about response time. QR codes are essentially bar codes that mobile phones can scan to allow the user to access information such as URLs; thus bridging the gap between the real world and the virtual. The technology to enable your phone is free and can be …

Just read on CNN that the one millionth word to the English language has been added. The word is (drum roll please); “Web 2.0” which sounds an awful lot like a term instead of a word, but what do I know. Why is this ironical? Because Web 2.0 is dead. TechCrunch posted a while ago …

Several months ago I found an image bookmarking site called FFFFOUND! and I love it. As a kid I looked through Life magazines collection of greatest photos of the 20th century at least a million times. FFFFOUND! is eye candy for the fat kid. FFFFOUND is dope for the drug addict. It is an amazing …

I’ve been talking about online personas enabling marketers to create personalized marketing and questioned whether it will live in your browser or your social network. I ‘ve also listed the challenges and in the end the benefits of having multiple personas. Now, three companies that don’t rhyme with Poogle, Fritter or Pacehook are creating an …

Just read a report by MarketingProfs called Twitter Success Stories. This report features 11 case studies showing how various businesses utilized Twitter to help market their business. This is a great report and some of the best examples are: Kogi Korean BBQ (@kogibbq) was founded in November 2008 and specializes in Korean BBQ tacos. These …

Read this article the other day about the realities of making money with iPhone applications after reading this one about a developer making tons of dough. The truth is that most don’t make much money and the question that I have, is whether or not, Chris Anderson’s theory of the long tail will be applicable …

Link to Media is Actually a Triathlon (video)

Great video of Clay Shirky talking about the rules behind new Media.

Link to Your Dog Wants Breakfast (video)

Great video Featuring Josh Bernoff of Forrester talking about Del Monte collaborating with customers to create new business opportunities.