Video: What Would Seth Do?

As I watch the growth of Compendium Blogware, it really does warm my heart that I played an early role (and continuing role as best I can) in a business that’s changing the behavior and landscape of how businesses communicate with their prospects and customers. Chris Baggott is an amazing evangelist for the medium and his company is a testament to the medium, the applications that enable this communication, and the broader appeal of putting

Download this Program We Built to Fix our Program?

Our clients utilize PCAnywhere for their support issues. I’m running Vista – so when I tried to load our licensed client, I was swiftly met with an incompatibility message and the installer quit. In visiting the Symantec site, they of course fixed the compatibility issue with an upgrade to version 12.1. The snag? You have to pay $100 for the upgrade. I have to have it, so I paid the $100. Paying $100 for an

What’s a Yooba?

Just got a note from a communicator (great title) at Yooba.com, a web-based service that’s preparing to launch this Spring. The video is a little cryptic but the content on the site is compelling: Yooba is a web based B2B service for marketing professionals. Our aim is to make it possible for you to focus on creativity and achievements. Yooba gives you an all-inclusive platform for your digital marketing experience. We provide hosting and database

Why No Intense Debate?

There’s a new kid on the block on the comments side of the business, Intense Debate. The premise of the service is outstanding – provide a central repository to track your visitors’ comments, expand the commentary beyond your blog, and provide a very rich interface to display the comments. There is a single flaw with the service, though, that makes it unusable… the comments are loaded via JavaScript, something that the Search Engines will not