Measure What Matters: Conversation Starters for Measuring Digital

Say this with me: BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG DATA! BIG… Continue reading

A Weekend of Flappy Bird, Quantified

I spent most of my free time during the weekend (when I wasn’t relaxing by watching TV, out with friends, or walking around the city) playing Flappy Bird. Yes, the game that used… Continue reading

Ditch the Digital Marketing Diets

January is a tricky time to be a marketer, unless you’re working with clients in the fitness or health sectors – then it’s a free-for-all. It’s a time when consumers are making often… Continue reading

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 850 times in 2013.… Continue reading

Are We Ready for this Jelly?

You just knew that Biz was working on something pretty interesting when he announced Jelly a while back, but what came out might not have been exactly what we all we were expecting.… Continue reading

Location: The Last Piece of Twitter’s Success Puzzle

Twitter has been eating Facebook’s lunch recently – and I’m loving it. They’re moving quicker and breaking more things than the Facebook crew… and those things they’re breaking are barriers and ad revenue… Continue reading

I Don’t Make Anything

It’s true. I don’t build or fix things with my hands like my grandfather did. I don’t design buildings that then come to life months later like my father. I guess I can… Continue reading

Door Desks, Searches, and A First-Hand Look at Amazon in Its Infancy

I’ve spent a lot of time reading lately. One of the books that’s taken a bulk of my time is about a company from my own backyard – Amazon. In The Everything Store:… Continue reading

YouTube Sends Users on an Easter Egg Hunt for #GeekWeek

So, they just sent out a tweet that said: If you’re much of a geek, you recognize that as Hex code. If you can actually translate, or if you’re like me, you went… Continue reading

Timehop Ending Daily Emails

Timehop, the dino-powered app that lets users see what they were up to one, two, three, or more years ago, today announced they would be stopping their daily email service in order to… Continue reading