Creatives are paid to be creative. Let them do their job.

I had been meaning to do a post on specific roles and how those folks in the web profession are being slowly invaded by outside influences (e.g. clients, other departments, consumers, etc.). Then lo’ and behold, there’s an online video that was embedded onto Kooji Creative that I found got straight to the point when… Continue reading Creatives are paid to be creative. Let them do their job.

Getting back to basics. What you need to get online.

Often times we think that it’s easy to establish a web presence. But perhaps there are those individuals and/or companies who are just starting off and think that there’s just too much information out there that they simply don’t know where to begin. The great folks at Network Solutions have put together an online video… Continue reading Getting back to basics. What you need to get online.

Becoming an interactive political pundit

What a political season we’re having in the United States this year. From the economic collapse of the financial sector to high oil prices, broken mortgages, waging wars in other countries, and perhaps a worldwide recession, people are starting to get worried (or rather they already are). So with today’s scheduled presidential debates in Mississippi… Continue reading Becoming an interactive political pundit

Viddler is the hero of the day

At yesterday’s Podcamp DC, one of the sponsors was Viddler. If you don’t know they are, then that’s alright because honestly I never paid them any mind either way. But that all changed after yesterday’s event. Viddler is basically like YouTube but what I’ve enjoyed about their service is that you’re not constrained to a… Continue reading Viddler is the hero of the day