In Era of War, The Internet Gives Us Opportunity To Pay Homage To Our Veterans

Yesterday was Veterans Day here in the United States and in the past decade, the country has known nothing but war. As we start winding down the war in Iraq and slowly in Afghanistan, there are thousands of veterans from those wars that will be returning home. Many of whom will have various needs both… Continue reading In Era of War, The Internet Gives Us Opportunity To Pay Homage To Our Veterans

Ten FourSquare Badges We’d Like Made To Honor Community Service

This is a cross-blog post from Stage Two’s website where I work and co-authored with Jeremy Toeman. Originally posted on Stage Two’s blog on  March 24, 2010. At this year’s South by Southwest interactive conference (SxSWi), geo-location service, FourSquare, released 16 new badges that users could earn – all of which had different requirements. For those… Continue reading Ten FourSquare Badges We’d Like Made To Honor Community Service

Taking Crowdsourcing to a Grandeur Level. It’s City Sourced.

This is a cross-blog post from Network Solution’s Solutions Are Power website that I guest wrote. Originally posted on SolutionsArePower.com on October 1, 2009. Kevin Rose, the founder of Digg, got excited about this company – and business & technology reporter Sarah Lacy even said that it was on the road to being something that… Continue reading Taking Crowdsourcing to a Grandeur Level. It’s City Sourced.

#FollowFriday – In Honor of Service to Others.

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. For this week’s selection, to honor of those who who were affected by the tragedies of September 11th eight years ago, I… Continue reading #FollowFriday – In Honor of Service to Others.