I was privileged to attend Shel Israel’s recent book launch party in honor of his upcoming book launch Twitterville. After reading his first book, Naked Conversations, that he co-authored with technology evangelist Robert Scoble, I was looking forward to what was coming up next. Since I’ve been living in San Francisco, I’ve had a chance… Continue reading My Heart Belongs To “Twitterville” – Now In Book Form.
This is a weekly series that I’m hoping to help add some more relevance to the #FollowFriday (what’s this?) Twitter activity that originally started through Lijit’s own Micah Baldwin to help connect Twitterers with one another. This week will focus on the authors who have written some of the best books that I’ve read recently and are on Twitter.… Continue reading #FollowFriday – Authors Who Rock!
A few years ago, two great minds wrote a book about blogging. Not about the basics, but more from a business end. This is obviously not the first review of this book, but having just read it, I thought I would offer my own insights into the great information that can be found in Naked… Continue reading Getting it on with Naked Conversations
In an earlier post, I had talked about “dropping names” and I’ve been astonished by the folks that I’ve encountered online – people like Robert Scoble, Geoff Livingston, Shel Israel, Jim Long, Loic Le Meur, and even Dave Winer. Not to go on a tangent or anything, but I happened to come across Robert Scoble… Continue reading Have I told you that I admire Seth Godin?