#CNNFail: Why Traditional Media Is Failing to Understand The Web

While I think this may apply to all the major networks and forms of traditional media, I think the brunt of this is probably directed towards CNN, since apparently on Twitter, it’s created a whole new trend called #CNNFail. When someone typically says “Fail” these days, it usually means that a specific product, brand, service… Continue reading #CNNFail: Why Traditional Media Is Failing to Understand The Web

News is no longer a one-way communication. Start to get social.

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.

Interactive Media: Traditional Media’s Unmentioned Cousin

As I sit here and watch the CNN-YouTube debate on TV, I think about all the political hoopla going on in America, I look at all the online tools being used and seldom mentioned on traditional media. Let’s examine the facts… When all the politicians announced their candidacy for president of the United States, mainstream… Continue reading Interactive Media: Traditional Media’s Unmentioned Cousin