I know it’s a classic but when I spotted this today at Be.Interactive I just knew I had to share this here as well. Enjoy this classic cartoon.

I’m using the service for almost a year now and still this is the first post I write about it. It’s significant how my attitude about Twitter has changed over time. I was very sceptic about Twitter before I got on the service and even when I started using it sometime early April of last […]

Has it been a year already? Blimey! I mentioned before how The Age of Conversation was one of the more fascinating projects to be involved in last year so reading Drew’s announcement on AOC 2 there wasn’t the slightest bit of doubt, want to be part of this again. And so I am :) Thanks […]

How to Change the World: Forget the A-List After All “The gist of Thompson’s piece, based on the work of Duncan Watts of Yahoo Research, is that the theory that a select few “key influencers” matter more than “the rest of us” when it comes to viral and word-of-mouth marketing campaigns is flawed.” (tags: blogging […]

Sometimes I think I live on mobile. If there’s a device I really couldn’t miss it’s my mobile phone. Ask my wife, if on occasion I don’t take my mobile phone with me, she’ll wonder how it’s possible I forgot it. It’s just too odd for me to be without. According to my mom, it’ll […]

The Life Cycle of a Blog Post, From Servers to Spiders to Suits — to You “You have a blog. You compose a new post. You click Publish and lean back to admire your work. Imperceptibly and all but instantaneously, your post slips into …” (tags: aggregation blog blogging diagram map internet socialmedia technology visualization […]

I noticed this a couple of days ago through an article on Techcrunch. Yahoo! started doing some testing on integrating the Delicious results into their search results, and I like it. It seems like for now the Delicious rank has no impact on the search results (although that might obviously be next), but still this […]