Archive for Month: March 2009
General Motors, The Feds.
In the early days of this blog, I wrote a lot about political issues. Frankly, when I was getting going in the blogging world almost five years ago, it was about the only thing I knew to do. Political blogging was huge and it was about the only kind of […]
The iPhone still is not a Business Phone
Since the launch of the original iPhone almost two years ago, it has been the position of this journalist, that the iPhone is not equipped, nor designed to be a business class phone. Although Apple has done a lot to address the concerns raised by many around the time of […]
Advocacy for Professional Consultants
A funny thing happened on the way to an SEO Mecca. The New York Times decided to fold all of the content of the International Herald Tribune into NYTimes.com as an SEO play. Gawker has the full backstory. If you don’t feel like reading, the New York Times has been […]
Pro Photo Rental Brings Gear Rental to those Without Unlimited Amex cards
My main escape in life these days is photography. In a life that consists of networking and running and trying to stay on top of all the latest trends, services and events, shooting my camera and trying to capture the perfect moment in pictures is a true love of mine. […]
The Pros and Cons of "Going Dark"
When I tell people that I am actually an introvert, it usually surprises people. As someone who is in the public eye, and maintains some kind of brand that is recognizable, most people see me as an outgoing guy who is always trying to be a part of the latest […]
Recap of SXSW Interactive 2009
As I sit here in a daze induced by 4 crazy days of interacting with geeks the world over, sleeping little and attending party after party after party, I find myself nostalgically looking back at SXSW 2009. It wasn’t as good as previous years, in my opinion. Maybe it was […]
Events on the Web: Why Do They Suck?
If you’ve ever wanted to easily find out what events are happening in your area, you know what an impossible a task it is. I usually have to check 4 or 5 sites, plus Facebook and Twitter before I feel up-to-date. To make matters worse, none of these services freely […]
It's Really Simple; Be Valuable and You Will Be Valued
Despite the crazy title of this post, it is not about personal brand. That’s a conversation that is happening elsewhere in the blogosphere and, though I’ve talked about it on this blog, it is not relevant to this post. What is relevant is value. Actual value versus “perceived” value. Late […]