1386 readersA few years ago, when a couple told me they first met one-another through comments they posted on this blog, I was dumbfounded for two reasons: 1. Because this is more a “personal” blog than a “topical” blog, the “community of commenters” tends to be small and tightly focused. 2. As far as I know,
4162 readers After seeing a few stories in my newsreader this week about cities where Americans would like to live or not live (excluding where they currently live), I visited the Harris Poll press release on which all of those stories are based. There, I discovered that New York City is the #1 choice for both the
1783 readersThis morning, I’m on a panel at the Niche Magazine Conference that is being held in Nashville this year. As the organizers (who are an extremely fun group of people) are from California and most of the attendees have never been to Nashville (at least, from my unscientific research), I’ll forgive them for thinking Nashville
1427 readersThis morning, I’m on a panel at the Niche Magazine Conference that is being held in Nashville this year. As the organizers (who are an extremely fun group of people) are from California and most of the attendees have never been to Nashville (at least, from my unscientific research), I’ll forgive them for thinking Nashville
927 readersThe Weather Channel’s Master of Disaster (via) Yesterday, Andrew Romano wrote a piece for The Gaggle Blog on Newsweek.com called, “Why the Media Ignored the Nashville Flood.” Quote: “…the modern media may be more multifarious than ever, but they’re also remarkably monomaniacal. In a climate where chatter is constant and ubiquitous, newsworthiness now seems to be determined less by
1404 readersHere are a few things I’ve learned from 20 years of living online, developing or managing online things and using lots and lots of things others have developed. I’ve learned them by writing and by reading about those online things. I’ve learned them through personal successes and personal failures. I’ve learned them from watching others
985 readersIt’s important to differentiate between the Technology and the Technologist. I have been thinking about this for quite a while. Then, as he is wont to do, Chris Brogan summed it up perfectly with his post about Hemingway’s Pencils. As usual...
1911 readersinstapaper_embed( "http://www.rexblog.com/2013/05/15/49281", "On Chris Brogan’s podcast, taking about customer media, content and if living in Nashville is part of why I do things the way I do", "" );Recently, Chris Brogan invited me onto his very popular podcast where we talked a lot about how companies and businesses are using media and content to connect
1976 readersThe Living Principles is a community site where designers of all levels and all backgrounds (professionals, students, graphic designers, architects, industrial designers, and other creatives) can come together to talk about issues of sustainability and social responsibility. The site enables any designer who would like to share content it in this context, to
2211 readersIf you live in the Nashville area and you’re in product development or management, product marketing or involved in a startup, you should attend this Saturday’s inaugural ProductCamp Nashville to be held at Belmont University. It’s free and there are product development people from several great Nashville companies planning it and attending. And this is
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