As a consequence of attending Wednesday’s soiree at Ogilvy’s office in downtown DC for MashMeet DC Remix, I ran into Kimberly from Searchles who’s company apparently did a demo of their product for the folks in attendance (I didn’t watch all the PowerPoint presentations sadly). She was there to film the presentations for posting on… Continue reading News is no longer a one-way communication. Start to get social.
So have I told you about Twitter? It’s great. I get to find out about the latest news in my industry from folks and one great source of news is Techmeme. Announced today and published in the New York Times, Yahoo has decided to layoff hundreds of their staff in an attempt to save the… Continue reading Yahoo to layoff hundreds of staff to try and catch up
I’ve noticed over the course of the past few weeks, there has been a huge evolution in how people communicate in the digital age. If you’ve been on your cell phone and also on the Internet, then sending and receiving text messages isn’t anything new and is used quite often by the younger generation (those… Continue reading From Twittering thumbs to extreme Utterances and to Seesmic expressions: the Evolution of Communication