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Facebook Takes on Google Reader: Who Said RSS is Dead?

I’ve been playing around with Facebook. Both how to promote brands on Facebook as well as how users consume content within the walled garden (hint: there’s a direct correlation between the two). As blogs and media networks extend their reach using Facebook Pages, I noticed something interesting: Facebook can be used as an RSS reader. [...]

Social Media Makes Search More Wicked [Bitly vs Feedly]

Wicked I love wicked problems. No, not that type of wicked. A wicked problem is a problem where the more you learn about it the harder it gets. Search is a wicked problem. Scaling social networks is a wicked problem. Searching real time social data is a very, very wicked problem. I use url shortener [...]

This is Why Google Scares the Sh*t Out of Companies

Wow. I mean really, WOW! One announcement of a Web based product that is currently inferior to your product that only runs on a very limited number of devices and your company looses Billions of dollars. Wow. This is what happened to TomTom and Garmin stock prices when Google announced Maps Navigation. I suspect their [...]

How Do You Prioritize Your Social Media?

Image by luc legay via Flickr I’ve recently received a few inquiries from friends. They’ve noticed that I haven’t been as conversational on Twitter lately. I still highly value the conversations on Twitter I just don’t actively participate as much as I used to. If you’ve read any of my previous posts you know that [...]

Why Would You NOT Blog?

Image by Tac Anderson via Flickr Following yesterday’s post (and months of posts really) about how easy Posterous makes blogging, why would you NOT blog? Seriously it’s so freaking easy? If sending an email is too tough, check out Tumblr. Pulling an RSS feed doesn’t get any easier. Check out my music blog http://tacanderson.tumblr.com/. The [...]

Mobile App Blogging Thanks to Posterous: Regator vs MeeHive vs Byline

If you haven’t noticed, I like Posterous. I think they may have single handedly made email relevant for me again. Here’s my Posterous blog. I also like using tools in ways they weren’t meant to be used. That’s the case with this post. Please note that none of these apps were designed for mobile blogging [...]

Posterous plus PostRank equals Pretty Cool

I love it when I get to talk about how to combine multiple products into something even cooler. This is one such post. This may not be new to some of you but I just figured it out. Do you use Posterous? (If you haven’t set one up yet email your reason why to [email protected] [...]

I Love Link

An Ode to the Link. I love links. They’re like magic. Transporting you all across the Web with just a click. It’s why I love Twitter. Links, lots of links. Behind each shortened URL is a wealth of knowledge and information. I love Bit.ly for their innovative approach to making something as mundane as a [...]

Searching, Sharing and Quiting via FriendFeed

Sent from my iPod 19 Twitter Desktop Apps Compared | Technology News You’ve got access to your followers and friends, custom groups, earch (integrated with FriendFeed and One Riot), trends, tr.im and pic.im integration, multiple accounts, Ping.fm integration, filters, and three view options for a one or … Technology News - http://technewsreport.co.cc/ I had no [...]

What I’m doing to fight the social media echo chamber

Image via Wikipedia I think the number one threat to social media is the echo chamber. Online social media is an amazing thing. One of the most powerful aspects of social media is that it’s a scale free network. This is the phenomena that create viral videos. People, companies or their agencies don’t create viral [...]

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