Technology

Full RSS Feed vs. Partial RSS Feed? Take Poll.

I consume a vast majority of content via Google Reader. Most of the sites I'm interested in offer RSS feeds and many of them offer their full RSS feeds - so it's just the same as going to their websites.  I love the convenience of...

Bye Bye MyBlogLog

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="195" caption="Image via CrunchBase"][/caption] MyBlogLog connected people before there was anything like Twitter or Facebook (at least not in its current form). It put a face on the blogosphere and made strangers friends. Soon we will be saying bye bye to MyBlogLog. Although...

The Next Big Thing in Social Media: The Top Five Candidates

Guest post by Frank Eybsen, see bio at end of the article. Social media and online marketing are constantly evolving with new products launched and innovative ideas announced daily. Pinpointing the next big thing certainly isn’t a science, but five new social media platforms have already...

Suggestion for Google Reader

I consume all of my blog content through Google Reader. If you asked me what the homepages of some of my favorite blogs look like, I would have no idea. That doesnt' mean I don't visit the blog. I often times will click on an...

New Keyboard Idea is Awesome

It's frustrating composing messages on the "itsy-bitsy" tiny keyboard on a smartphone. Its great to be able to get important emails and messages but responding can be a chore.  I personally do not enjoy it and quickly turn to the nearest laptop or desktop. Here is a...

A Review of Search Marketing and Social Media in 2010

Looking back at the year 2010 I see that this blog started off with great intentions but the pace slowed as the year went on. This is partly because a lot happened this year, and I wish I had devoted more time to sharing my...

Mobile Website Vs. Mobile Application

With the way technology is changing there is quite a robust debate on whether it is better to have a mobile application or a mobile website. I know there is no hard and fast answer – and many situations both may make sense.  There is...

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