If your only account on Twitter is a corporate account: Stop. Start over. In the past few weeks I've been seeing and hearing about more groups joining Twitter but completely try to join in and dictate the terms of the channel. My contention is that this sort of strategy contributes to ruining the brand of … Continue reading Stop Being So Damned Shady On Twitter
Month: February 2009
Thinking About The Newsstand of The Future
Following along with some more PodCamp Toronto discussion that happened this past weekend (most of it at the party sponsored by Molson), a lot of the content at the sessions that happened tended to lean on what might make an important topic at other unconference to come. The problem of perception. So much of the … Continue reading Thinking About The Newsstand of The Future
A New Way of Combining Communities, and Commerce
It's a place where people travel to go, and each time they arrive they see an architectural work of beauty. This creation brings people together from a common community as well which creates a very interesting destination that would be very hard to recreate in the real world. What makes this virtual world project relevant … Continue reading A New Way of Combining Communities, and Commerce
Facebook, Fear, and The Risky Devide
When you use Facebook to have fun and screw around with your friends, it's easy, and you need not worry too much about it. That's a very comfortable and confined little world. Breakdown the walls and then Facebook suddenly exposes you to so much more uncertainty. Risk of embarrassment, employers looking through your information, people … Continue reading Facebook, Fear, and The Risky Devide
How Creative Is Your Business Technology?
I had the chance to meet up with some of the people working at Espresso while at PodCamp Toronto, and after getting into a brief discussion about what sort of stuff my program covered at Ryerson, Guneet Singh from Espresso made a great point about what's important when solving problems with IT. What he said … Continue reading How Creative Is Your Business Technology?