With ABC’s recent foray into interactive television, it begs the question: where is this all going? TV has long been the opiate of the masses. It’s always been a passive activity where we, the viewers, could check out for a bit and simply watch. It’s why we call it the Boob Tube and our relationship […]
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This tweet got me thinking about my own music site gloriousnoise.com and how behaviors have changed in the nearly ten years since we launched: RT @jpschuerman: Conversation on corporate blogs is declining—taking place on Twitter, possibly for authentic engagement? #EdelmanSocial We’ve seen he same thing on GLONO. Year after year our readership grows with occasional […]
This is why I am in this business: fun stuff you can do with technology. Today’s example is Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire” as expressed through Google Instant. Enjoy.
What’s Google Building In There? Speculation from around the web on today’s announcement re: Google’s Instant Search. Money quote: “Another day, another animated Google logo — and with it, a big question: What will Google announce Wednesday to improve the way people use its engine to search the Web?” wonders CNN. And the payoff…
Remember when you got started on Facebook? There was that phase a few months into it where every high-school friend was suddenly back on your radar, whether or not there as any reason to have remembered them in the first place. Waves of old and new faces would wash up on the shore of your […]
As soon as I post a quick thing on a Content Strategy miss by Boeing I am greeted by an excellent win from Google and their Gmail Priority Inbox functionality. Not only is it clearly called out in my normal Gmail inbox interface but it’s a video piece that simply walks you through the functionality […]
Boeing almost gets it with clever content that’s locked away.