Posts from the ‘Web 2.0’ category

Is This Marketing Clever or Creepy?

I just received this message from the always popular ‘noreply@mybloglog. com’: Hi there MyBlogLogger! From your IP address it looks like you’re browsing the web via…

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Notes From the O’Reilly Radar

The following are my somewhat random notes from Bill Tim (heh) O’Reilly’s talk at Web 2.0 Expo: We’ve been whipsawed by negative economic news. What are…

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Client Plug: Our Marketing Campaign is a Series of Tubes

Over the past month or so, we’ve been preparing a social media marketing campaign for ThoughtFarmer. ThoughtFarmer makes a simple-to-use wikified intranet solution. We needed a…

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I’m Dropping by Web 2.0 Expo

Just a quick note to say that I’m going to be in California for New Comm Forum this week. On Wednesday, April 23, I’m going to…

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Social Signal is Up For a Webby

Rob of Social Signal fame sent an email alerting me that one of their projects, Change Everything, is up for a Webby. Congrats! From the Social…

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The Twittergeist: How Do We Monitor Microblogging?

Until today, I’ve been using a tool called Tweetmeme to check, once or twice a day, what’s being talked about on Twitter. It takes its name…

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Congrats to the Strutta Team

I wanted to post a quick note to say congratulations to the Strutta team for their official public launch today. Congrats to Danny, Jordan and the…

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Twitter and the Friends Crisis

Since it launched, I’ve been conflicted about Twitter. It’s an ego distillery, and the signal to noise ratio is ridiculously high (or should that be low?).…

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