Great penmanship and scissor technique at the Traverse City airport today.
I admit it, I’m better at making new products than writing about them… so low and behold our latest achievement: LikeJournal – Social Bookmarks for the Facebook Like Button.
Big thanks to @TheNextWeb for breaking the news!
LikeJournal is a social bookmarking site powered by the Facebook Like Button that provides you with quick access to your [...]
Lately I’ve been spending a lot of free time experimenting with different technologies for mobile app development.
One output of all this is Heretoo, a mobile, social something launching sometime real soon. Intrigued? Sign up for the beta at heretoo.com.
Yesterday Ben & Jerry’s decided to drop email marketing from its communication strategy. It was big news on the blogosphere, with good insights posted from folks such as Brian Whalley (HubSpot) and one of my work buddies, Martin Lieberman (Constant Contact).
Nope. It’s the DMV.
I recently took a trip to CA for Smash Summit and when I came back home to Boston Google popped up a feature on my Gmail account that I have never seen before…
I was recently introduced to TPS – Tweet Positioning System at the #socialc20 conference in Boston. It’s a simple tool to explore Tweets by topic and location!
My US Airways flight from Rome today had a touchscreen in-flight entertainment system, which was great until in the middle of an episode of Curb it started doing this.
I was doing some product marketing research when I came across this slide in an old presentation on SlideShare. I wish a could take credit for this little gem.
Image courtesy of @richmeyer via SlideShare. Rich also has an excellent marketing / social media blog: Rich’s Blog.
Apple will surely reveal a groundbreaking tablet computer in just a couple of weeks. Reputable sources say that it’s basically an iPhone on steroids, and if that rumor is anywhere close to the truth, we’ll probably see tablet-focused developer tools such as an expansion of the iPhone SDK for the tablet device coming out within [...]