Posts Tagged with "web 2.0"

5 Trends to Watch at AdTech New York

Friday, November 4, 2011

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The advertising and online marketing world will gather next week at AdTech 2011 in New York. Three days of engaging speaking sessions, tchotchkes and giveaways from exhibits, and many meet-and-greet party opportunities. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend this year (maybe in San Francisco in 2012). But here are 5 trends to watch if […]

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Prime Angus Filets: Links this Week 2-1-2008

Friday, February 1, 2008

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Demo 08 was held this week in Palm Desert, CA. For those that do not know about DEMO, it is the high powered gathering where startups can demo to venture capitalists, press, and other influential technology elite. Since my fortunes are used for mundane things like a mortgage and not angel funding, I simply watched […]

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Using Twitter as an Effective Business Tool

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

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I have missed the Twitter train for long enough. One of my January objectives is to make Twitter an effective part of my suite of business tools. Until now, the extent of my tweets have been random oddities through my Facebook profile, like “Teaching my kid to appreciate the Ramones.” I want to use Twitter […]

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I Built My Own Social Network in 1 Hour

Thursday, October 11, 2007

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If you are into first person shooter video games like Halo, Doom, or Quake, you have to join Shoot First. Shoot First is social networking for FPS game fans that I built using Ning. As part of Ning’s free service, I easily created a full-featured social network and customized it to look the way I […]

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MySpace Opens the Door to Developers

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

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MySpace is set to formally announce their open application interface, MySpace Platform, sometime next week. This programming platform enables developers to create applications using a set of APIs that tie directly into MySpace’s social networking infrastructure. For more info, check out Techcrunch’s comments. One key element that MySpace got right in their developer program is […]

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Digg-style Voting for Video Game Downloads

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

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I love to download and play a demo of the latest video games so that I can see what is worth buying. Besides demos, there are important post-release patches that I need and some amazing mods that extend the life of classic games like Doom and Half Life. The problem is that the demo files […]

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