Tag: brightkite

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WordPress Plugin: WP-Brightkite

Some of you have noticed that I’ve been doing some experimentation in recent months with geolocation. Geolocation is a very powerful aspect of the next generation web. Particularly in the mobile space. Boulder, CO-based Brightkite stormed on the scene a few months back as a location based micro blogging network. […]

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How Has Social Software Changed Your Life?

This is an open comments style post, so I want your comments. The thing about my “beat”, as they’d call it in the newspaper business, is that I’m not really all that interested in “the news”. I’m not trying to cover all the stories, nor am I trying to cover […]

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A Manifesto for Mobile and Location Based Social Networks

Mobile is hot. Untethering from computers is the next generation of the web and I’ve said it for awhile. FindWhere CEO Jaap Groot and my friend and DoC co-host Geoff Livingston have co-authored a white paper (they call it a manifesto) for mobile and location-based social networks outlining eight requirements […]

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Effective Presence Marketing in Social Media

“Presence Marketing” is a term that is being tossed around a lot more these days. Early Adopters (who remember, are useless) have known this for quite a bit now, and increasingly, we’re seeing later adopters catch that wave and jump on. Presence Marketing is the recognition and exposure that a […]

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Brightkite: Blazing New Paths in Microcontent

A few weeks ago, I received an invite to Brightkite so I signed up, being the early adopter that I am. What I saw instantly resonated with me. Before I get into the technical and usability “stuff” let me explain the resonance I had. first there was Twitter which blazed […]

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