Here’s one for you marketers. It’s a video ad from a company within our space — Allied Electronics. You could embed this on Web site advertising and probably find other innovative uses. Interesting.
Bunch of accumulated links as I slowly get caught up after a hectic summer. Keep fit. Obesity shrinks brain size. Multitasking doesn’t cut it. Is Microsoft releasing a streaming database product that could compete with historians? Interesting thoughts from Steve Leveen (Levenger) — we see what we look for. Still getting a ton of comments […]
I started a heck of a thread with a post on Twitter, blogs and communications. I just read another blog post from Scoble who talks about why he still does Twitter–he’s in a constant quest for the latest news. He’s right, you’ll get news first from Twitter. You get thought later in a blog. Magazines, […]
I have been getting less and less out of Twitter and I’m noticing that the technology evangelists are starting to move away as well. Here’s a post from a couple of months ago from the guy who put Twitter on the map–Robert Scoble. And a Web Worker Daily post from this weekend about blogs. We […]
Here something for you “social marketing gurus” to mull over. Rex Hammock discusses two marketing campaigns–a winner and a loser.
Doc Searls nails social media–Venn diagram of narcissism, ADHD and stalking. You gotta see it. He also compares Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed, et. al. to blogging as weather to geology. One is temporary only interested in the moment, the other taking in a long range view. I need on of those T-shirts.