Spider-Man’s Promo on Google Earth

Here is another innovative way to promote a product. Very creative to say the least, and considering its “geek” factor, probably very well targeted. In keeping with the vastness of the “Spider-Man 3” franchise, Sony worked with Google Earth to bring the superhero’s Manhattan world to fans around the globe with a “Spider-Man 3” layer…

Politics, politics, politics…

I’m sitting here debating whether I should join the fray on the GOP Presidential debate. I’m a “people” and “issues” sort of person, and its hard to focus on that in DC’s political driven environment. So, in that spirit, and because we all know that ideas matter, and we know that politicians make policy decisions…

Blog Post Topics Ideas…

While sitting here, I started thinking about what sort of topics I should be blogging about. Usually, as you can see below, I do a lot of linking and quoting. But the fact is I have a lot of experience, and I’m thinking I should be sharing that. It gives me the chance to get…

On My Radar This Morning: iMedia

I don’t really like these link round up posts — they usually mean I’m short on time, and high on stress. But, I wanted to pass along some interesting tidbits I’m checking out this morning. First up, two posts from iMedia Connection. ~ Find Your Email Mojo in 5 Steps According to a Direct Marketing…

On My Radar This Morning

I dream of writing my own book someday…not sure about what about yet, but it’s a dream. ~ The Publishing Mountain (HT: CCP) I wondered what lessons could be gleaned from this article related to Enterprise 2.0 — using Web 2.0 tools to increase use for an Intranet or other internal resources? ~ Use Web…

Blogging transforming DC neighborhood

This is a fascinating story, and just the sort of story that brings together my passions — group dynamics, communication and technology. Sam Diaz wrote an article about the DC neighborhood that is being transformed through the use of blogs to bring together its residents. “Shaw is a community buzzing with activity and discussion,” Geraci…

Web Development and Usability: Sweating the small stuff

Interesting blog post over at Silas Notes. Blogger Rhea quotes Jakob Nielsen, who said: “Of course, it’s important to get the big things right, or you won’t have any users. But getting the small things right enhances usability and fosters user comfort.” I’ll ad to that. From personal experience, there are a few other important…

NPR’s “Tell Me More” with Michelle Martin

I had the pleasure of being a guest on Michelle Martin’s new radio show. It didn’t have a name at that time–it’s in pilot stage. It was just announced that they now have a name–Tell Me More. Nothing is assumed.” That’s the unofficial motto of the new Monday-Friday talk show under development at NPR. Grounded…

WSJ: Political Candidates, Fund Raising, Blogs & The Web

Update: The Washington Post has an article on Widgets I missed. Thanks to Rob for pointing out. Rob points out one good example. While this may technically not qualify as a widget, I did want to call attention to a great new tool courtesy of Justin Hart at My Man Mitt. It allows Romney fans…

WSJ: How Blogging Can Help You Get a New Job

I came across this article in today’s editor of the Wall Street Journal, and fortunately, its available for free on their online edition. I came across a posting about my current job opening on a blog I used to read on a regular basis (not as much these days…). I landed the job, in part,…

Josue 2.0

I have uploaded a new color scheme to my Word Press theme. What do you think? Better? Worst? Not quite a full re-design, but I thought changing the color would make the look more unique.

NYT article about online distractions

Via Blog Ads blog: In a recent study, a group of Microsoft workers took, on average, 15 minutes to return to serious mental tasks, like writing reports or computer code, after responding to incoming e-mail or instant messages. They strayed off to reply to other messages or browse news, sports or entertainment Web sites. Go…