By Preoccupations on December 28, 2010
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By vcmike on March 23, 2010
Inside Facebook has very interesting coverage of Levi’s Facebook advertising strategy around its “Fader Fort” event at SXSW. One of the takeaways: there are benefits to doing Facebook advertising in short but intense bursts.
By Michael Gray on November 24, 2009
When twitter lists first came out and I commented about how awesome they are, I also warned they had the potential to become a tool for evil and create reputation management problems. Since no one paid attention, I figured what better way to illustrate the problem than to see it in action?
By Andrew Hyde on September 9, 2009
First, one of the best TED talks I have seen:
via Grant Blakeman
2nd: after two weeks of being on the road, I’m backed up on email so much that I just don’t want to see what is new. I feel bad, can’t quite keep up. With that has gone my writing. And my workouts (although I have been keeping it pretty consistent in the NYC marathon training). And so have the little things in life, like laundry, cooking, and calling family. This makes me feel like shit.
By adamwulf on August 4, 2009
pretty great powerpoint deck on social media and why should a business care?
By Andrew Hyde on August 3, 2009
I have been taking more random meetings lately.
The first couple were 100% burns.
But the last few, oh they were just magic.
First I was the guest in the first Renegade Kitchen. Site just launched and is just a bit rough, but this will be an amazing place for those of us with food allergies.