The closer we get to next month's South by Southwest conference, the more I hear the question "Are you going?" The answer is yes, of course.
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Earlier today yet another Twitter brouhaha erupted when a Canadian marketing professional named April Dunford was allegedly verbally attacked by David George-Cosh, a National Post tech reporter, after she apparently wouldn't take his phone call. Ian Capstick does a nice job of rehashing the battle on his MediaStyle blog so I won't go into it other than to say...
My buddy Hutch Carpenter and I started a little email brevity challenge after the first of the year, in which we're tracking our sent work emails to see how loquacious we really are. And, more important, to determine if we can leverage the skills we've learned by using Twitter to make our communications more focused.
While watching awards shows I've always felt sorry for the winners who never make it to prime time. You know the ones; their glory is usually promoted in a quick scroll across the bottom of the TV-screen or some obviously disinterested celebrity unemotionally reading them from a list.
A discussion with Carlos Dominguez about Cisco embracing social media, its new-ish Eos offering, and it's potentially aggressive acquisition strategy.
I'm stuck inside of a giant echo chamber of social media pundits talking to each other. After kicking myself repeatedly, I made plans to get out.
HubSpot seems to be everyone's favorite marketing firm these days -- or at least the favorite of many. The firm, which charged into the market two years ago, now has more than 1,000 customers leveraging its inbound marketing services.
In 2008 the "Data Center 2.0" vision reached critical mass. Personally, I blame it all on virtualization.
A quick rant from me to you, dear readers.Yesterday I received an unsolicited email from a woman who was pitching me a service -- one totally irrelevant to my life.
Why are the Twiistup companies so innovative? Conference founder Mike Macadaan gives us his take.