“(Here are) the raw material of facts and thoughts, wood, as it were, so called from the multiplicity and variety of the matter contained therein.”From Ben Jonson’s Commonplace Book
Saying a modern nonprofit or business needs a website is like saying the tires on your car need air. Deny it and you’re going to have a bad time.
For a long time I've been skeptical of the role of video online. I always felt like people just liked watching videos on their television sets - not
I continue to be obsessed with the social and political implications of video games - in America, but I've started to get interested to their implications in China.
[Ed. Note: I also posted video of one the interviews we did almost as soon as we arrived at the White House.]
Today, JibJab launched a joke-sharing online social network called JokeBox.
Riding up the escalator at Farragut North this morning, I heard someone hawking at the top of the stairs and immediately started thinking about how to avoid them.
I'd love to know what percentage Blackberry, Treo, and Sidekick users are aware that they can edit or disable this obnoxious signature from appearing
Video has been on my mind quite a bit recently.
It was just a couple of weeks ago that Jess and I made our way out to Seattle for this year's N-TEN Nonprofit Technology Conference. This was the first event dedicated to nonprofits' online strategies that I've attended.
It's been over a fortnight since I posted about the "SXSW Experiment" -- the techniques our large, scattered group at SXSW was using to organize ourselves at the conference. Time to report back!
I too went to the South by Southwest interactive conference this past week in Austin, Texas.
I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: http://endofbig.com