Archive for Month: October 2008
Blackberry Provides a Mobile Device Too!
Since the iPhone came out a year and a half ago, mobile app development has gone into an iPhone-only mode of development. Mostly. The web interface has made it much more conducive to providing a real rich environment for web applications and now that the iPhone 3G has arrived, apps […]
For Your Election Night Fun
Election night is around the corner and with it comes all the fun. You can either watch the talking heads make early predictions (such as calling New York State within a minute after polls close) or you can head to the intarwebs for some fun. Unfortunately, we won’t have the […]
The Apple Store isn't the Only Place Intelligent People Go to Die
Apple announces an iPhone and people stand in line for it, despite the manufacturer never having entered the phone market before. A new line of computers is announced with some new feature never seen before in the platform, and people make a rush on the store to get their hands […]
Not All Team Players Pulling Their Weight?
Are all your team members equally pulling their weight? It comes up all the time — I’ve had the issue myself — and it was common enough for a few startup CEOs to throw together an ad hoc session at BarCampDC2 last weekend. Of course, it never starts out that […]
How Much Are People Talking About You? Part Deux
Last year I wrote a post titled, “How Much do People Talk About You?“. I could very well simply republish that post and be done with it, but I wanted to come back to the topic a year later and discuss it more because it’s important. It’s important from a […]
10 Power Tips to Help PC Users Switch to Mac
Seems like more and more people I know are making the switch from Windows to Mac. Apparently, no one cares that the economy sucks and pundits are telling them that people just like them, Joe the Plumber as it were, are saving their money and not buying bling products like […]
Monetize . . . or Die?
A few months ago, my pitch to Virginia’s Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) for their GAP funding program was turned down. I actually thought I had a fighting chance, having worked with the good folks there before and produced a plan that set the stage for their first $100k GAP […]
Facebook Spam Pitches
There’s a new form of social media spamming happening in the name of PR social media relevance. It is the art of the Facebook “tag”. If you’re fortunate enough, you’ve been hit with this spam a dozen times in the last week. It is shadiness at it’s best and I […]