Monthly Archives: March 2007

Twitter Traffic

Nick Wilson linked to me via Twitter earlier today, all he said was this: Now, Nick is a fairly active user on Twitter, he tends to keep his Tweets to interesting things, and he has 75 friends and 63 followers. Anyway I was pretty surprised by the traffic that I got from his tweet: www.twitter.com/public_timeline [...]

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The Good Thing About Twitter Is No One Knows Your A Dog

I’ve tooled around with Twitter but I haven’t quite found it the addiction that others have yet. A thought stuck me though as i explored other peoples friends lists that Twitter is a great place for identity theft, or at least twitter identity theft, just look at the twitter page of Bill Clinton Or Stephen [...]

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The Good Thing About Twitter Is No One Knows You’re A Dog

I’ve tooled around with Twitter but I haven’t quite found it the addiction that others have yet. A thought stuck me though as i explored other peoples friends lists that Twitter is a great place for identity theft, or at least twitter identity theft, just look at the twitter page of Bill Clinton Or Stephen [...]

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Dear Marketers, Stop Creating Replicas Of Your Shops In SecondLife

In what appears to be the greatest lack of imagination since someone put a radio show on television marketers continue to build shops in secondlife. Just stop it, secondlife is an environment where you can build anything, ANYTHING, replicas of buildings are about the most mundane thing you can possibly build there. For gods sake [...]

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Patagonia Starts A New Corporate Blog

One of my very favorite companies, Patagonia just started a new blog (in February) called The Cleanest Line, welcome, my only question what took so long I’m kidding. Anyway, corporate blog may be the wrong word for it because Patagonia maybe the most uncorporate corporation out there. John Winsor of Radar Communications has some wonderful [...]

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BBC Picks Up Kathy Sierra Death Threat Story

Kathy Sierra, author of the brilliant blog Creating Passionate Users wrote a post yesterday describing some incredibly disturbing, horrible, abuse and death threats she has been receiving from some other blogs and bloggers. The BBC just picked up the story which kind of goes to show the enormous reaction this has had in the blogosphere. [...]

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Big Advertisers Insanity – The Upfront For A Theoretical YouTube Killer

In an recent article on MarketingVox with the headline “Advertisers Line up at YouTube Killer’s Door” they talk about how big advertisers are all getting behind a video site being planned by NBC. Wow, what a great idea, ignore the site that is serving 100 million video clips a day and put your advertising dollars [...]

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Friday Fun – Day Of The Long Tail [video]

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The Daily Show On The Viacom/Youtube Suit with Demitri Martin

Wow, look at that Viacom has figured out how to let people embed their videos Link for feedreaders Via paidcontent

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Can’t Talk About Design Over Email

I’ve just been watching an interview conducted by Merlin Mann of 43Folders fame with Jeffery Veen, previously of Adaptive Path, now with google, and one statement in the interview really rang true with me and that was: You can’t talk about design over email, that’s a very bad idea Basically Jeffery provides examples of how [...]

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