If I had a million bucks, where would I invest it? Too late! It’s already here… Brightcove. I was on the phone with Pat Coyle today (The Colts) and they have some cool videos that are coming out soon that should be really funny. The Colts are really working on launching an incredible internet strategy. I don’t want to tell too much, but I can’t wait to see where it goes. To pull folks back
I got the following error when clicking the Search button across the top search form on Microsoft Spaces in Mozilla Firefox: Internet Monopoly Rules: You don’t need to copy, you have enough money to buy them and save everyone the disappointment. Remember that there are other browsers out there, there really are! Did you forget those lawsuits already? You have enough money to create something different. Do #1 or do something different.
I purchased Google Map Hacks yesterday but am a little disappointed in the book. It’s not the fault of the author, but the book is pretty much already out of date since the release of Google’s Geocoder and Google’s version 2 of it’s API. There were quite a few links in the books so I was able to check out a bunch of sites and see how they’ve adapted to the new releases. I am
It’s way too late and I should really be asleep. But I’m not. I blame it on Google. I was checking out some links that were referencing my blog in Google Analytics and came across: http://www.google.com/reader/view/ I decided to see what the link was so I threw it in my address bar. I’m glad I did! Google has built a slick little web-based feedreader. I put all my subscriptions in there to all the blogs
This month we saw a new low for network television viewership. I have been quite a critic of the mainstream media, having spent my first decade of marketing in the newspaper business. There are signs of change elsewhere, though. The Sci Fi Channel, for instance, has recently posted an Online Pilot for a new cartoon, The Amazing Screw-On Head. They combine the full pilot with a Survey about the show. (If you get a chance,
One of my favorite newsletters for marketing inspiration is Springwise. It’s not always about Marketing, but is really about taking a different approach to your work. Working in the boundaries can be suffocating – it’s nice to think outside them! You can sign up for the newsletter here. Another nice service they add is the ability to download a pdf of the newsletter for distribution. The site is set up more like a blog and