April 2008

Fun Stuff

April’s Sexiest Geek

Somehow, I managed to get on the Geeks Are Sexy April board, along with the much sexier Larissa Meek, for April’s sexiest geek. This is good stuff. :-) These types of things don’t mean anything, really, but they certainly give a welcome reprieve from other ranking mechanisms like the Technorati Top 100 or the hottest […]

guest blogging

Ubica a tus Amigos con Livecontacts

FindWhere lanza el beta de Livecontacts. FindWhere, proveedor de servicios de ubicación y seguimiento via GPS, lanzó hoy la versión beta de su herramienta social de ubicación. Livecontacts funciona en cualquier red celular GSM y eventualmente funcionará en teléfonos sin GPS. Según la compañía, pronto podrás incluir data de ubicación en tu mensajería de texto, […]

Aaron Brazell

Feed Updates

This weekend has been filled with lots of sprucing up and shifting around of various portions of this blog. The navigation has been streamlined. Author bios have been added to every post. The about page is less about me and more about the writers and content here. And there has been some feed shifting. Currently, […]

Aaron Brazell

Business of Blogging

I shared about this shortly after coming back from WordCamp Dallas (and I think that I posted a uStream video), but John Ponzadines hosted a panel where Liz Strauss, Matt Mullenweg, Mark Ghosh and I talked about businesses and blogging. Here is the professional video. It was quite a fun panel.

Aaron Brazell

Venture Files Joins Technosailor

Over the weekend, we have been hard at work integrating Venture Files into Technosailor.com. As you know, Technosailor has largely been focused on business and technology with a focus on social media and the internet technologies we enjoy today. As part of the continuing debate surrounding venture capital, particularly here in the District, the content […]

Aaron Brazell

Relevent Conference 2009

This morning, I leaked high level information about a new conference I’m organizing here in the DC area. This conference was born out of over a year of attending conferences and events that were mostly good but seemed to be missing key components. The most recent was WordCamp Dallas where I noted in previous post: […]