Streaming radio station’s audio on an ad-driven website?

LinkedIn member, Kelley Boster, Owner at Corporate Promotions & Incentives LLC. asked a compelling question through the LinkedIn Answers section. Would Radio Stations allow their streaming to be accessed on other websites? I have a Client who’s primary product is website advertising and we would like to see if we can add the “sound” dimension…

Bold: Modernista goes “siteless”

Marketnig Vox is reporting that Boston-based Modernista dismantled their site, and is going “web 2.0” with their new modernista.com destination. I think this has to be the gutsiest web strategy I’ve seen, specially when considering it’s from an ad agency. When users “Google” the agency and click on Modernista, they are brought to the same…

Relevant Noise: Listening to the conversations

I’ve been looking into Zeta Interactive’s RelevantNoise and hope to get a closer look through a demo and maybe a trial run. Having worked in the blog world for several years, I know how powerful it can be to be able to track what bloggers are saying. Here is how they describe it: Are your…

I Am Knowledge Worker 2.0

Everytime I go into SlideShare.net, I enjoy exploring the latest presentations. There is a wealth of knowledge and information in there from top minds. Here is one I found today from Stephen Collins, a knowledge economy and knowledge work consultant, web strategist, information architect and social computing evangelist. My presentation from the Office 2.0 Conference….

Web 2.0 positive or negative for information available on the internet?

Via email: In today’s Wall Street Journal “Reply All” section tech heavyweights David Weinberger, author of Everything Is Miscellaneous goes head to head with Andrew Keen, author of The Cult of the Amateur in an intellectual fight for the ages. This battle, which took place through many grueling rounds of emails, debates whether Web 2.0…

Governor Richardson and YouTube Political Ads

Townhall.com’s Matt Lewis commented on Bill Richardson’s new TV ads and calls them brilliant. Proof it doesn’t take a ton of money to make a good web ad … I can glean a few key lessons from these ads. First, as it seems Governor Richardson’s campaign is doing, YouTube is a great place to “Focus…

DomeNation: More YouTube and Politics

David All has joined with Jerome Armstrong from MyDD to start a new YouTube based weekly TV show, DomeNation. I watched the first couple episodes and thought it was well done. In DC, if you want to be a student of Internet and communications, you inevitably have to step into politics. These guys are coming…

Online social network sites going bilingual

NSHP.org is reporting on the growth of social networking websites targeting the Hispanic market. Online social network sites are going bilingual with sites like elHood.com, QuePasa.com, MyGrito.com and Vostu.com. The statistics are interesting. About 56 percent of Hispanics in the U.S. use the Internet, compared to 71 percent of non-Hispanic whites and 60 percent of…