Periscope: Making Ripples in the Digital Pond
4 years ago 0 0

Periscope is Twitter’s new live-streaming video app, not to be confused with the much-hyped Meerkat, another live-streaming app. The first thing you must know about Periscope is that it requires you to have a Twitter account. The second is that you can only use Periscope on an iPhone or iPad, however Android is to come soon.

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Instagram Moves Beyond Mobile
6 years ago 0 0

@mycookingdiary’s Instagram profile Instagram took to their blog to announce that they will be rolling out a new feature that displays user profiles on the web. That’s right, IGers will now be able to view, share and engage with Instagram in a beautiful and interactive new way. A mix between Facebook and Pinterest profiles, the

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Foursquare As a Local Discovery Engine – The Game-Changer I’ve Been Waiting For
6 years ago 0 1

“Soon success and failure in the mobile app world will depend on developers building a user experience that is simple and intuitive – something that will use an advanced technology to make a process more efficient. A natural extension of our brains.” Yes, I’m starting out a blog post with something I wrote a few

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6 Interesting Companies I Met at TechCrunch Disrupt
6 years ago 0 0

Monday afternoon and Wednesday morning of this week I trekked up to Pier 94 (54th and 12th) for TechCrunch Disrupt.  This was my 4th Disrupt (3 in NYC and 1 in San Francisco), so I appreciate their ability to curate an awesome event with innovative companies in multiple industries.  As such, I decided to write

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Owned Is Nailed. Paid Is Flying. Earned Is the Future. Whoever Fuses All 3…
6 years ago 0 5

The relationship between owned, paid, and earned is multi-faceted – with aspects touching strategy, content, measurement and brand value. As alluded to in a recent tweet: From a technology perspective: OWNED is nailed. PAID has taken off. The future lies in EARNED. Whoever FUSES all three will be CROWNED. #in — Michoel Ogince (@Twabbi) May

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Taxes in the Age of Social Media. We’ve come a long way baby.
7 years ago 0 1

A couple of weeks ago, I started stressing out because 2011 was a busy and fiscally crazy year for me. I was a freelance producer at an ad agency helping rollout a global CMS for a Fortune 500 company, while at the same time producing a comedy show in NYC and another stage production on

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Knowing Your Audience in a Post-PC World
7 years ago 0 0

“What do you use your phone for most?” This was the question posed to the audience at the Digiday Agency Summit last month. The presenter, Jason Oates from LiveIntent, expanded on the multiple-choice question: What do you use your phone for most? a. Browsing the web b. Watching videos c. Facebook/Twitter d. Email I’d pick

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A Social Labs Special: Quarterly Technology Round Up
7 years ago 0 0

At Big Fuel Social Labs, we are constantly on the lookout for cutting-edge technology that will make a difference in how we connect and communicate. Often, we catch wind of seedling ideas or newly launched startups whose implications may not be obvious at first, but still intrigue us and stimulate our imaginations. Here’s what caught

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Mobile Digital Technologies As Extensions Of Our Brains – The Good & The Bad
7 years ago 0 4

This is the story of a dilemma that fellow, city-dwelling digital natives MIGHT be able to relate to. I was flying solo in a neighborhood of New York City that I don’t typically spend much time in, and I needed to find a good place to grab a late afternoon lunch. It was past the typical

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Mobile Digital Technologies As Extensions Of Our Brains – The Good & The Bad
7 years ago 0 4

This is the story of a dilemma that fellow, city-dwelling digital natives MIGHT be able to relate to. I was flying solo in a neighborhood of New York City that I don’t typically spend much time in, and I needed to find a good place to grab a late afternoon lunch. It was past the typical

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Dude, Where’s My Content? Ashton, Utley, and the ‘And Then….’ Approach to Social Content Distribution
7 years ago 0 0

Props to you if you recognize the image above. If not, perhaps this will jog your memory: “And then……?” In this iconic scene from the 2000 stoner comedy Dude, Where’s My Car?, Jesse Montgomery (played by Ashton Kutcher) becomes irritated while trying to communicate a simple drive-thru order to a cashier who is apparently bent

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