Last week Facebook introduced a new comments tool that allows websites to add comments powered by Facebook. I’m testing the comments out on my blog but several other high profile sites, including TechCrunch, have switched. One of the strengths of this system is that it ties a comment to a person. For large blogs, it… Continue reading Facebook Comments
A few weeks ago I put together a presentation on HTML5. Here is the presentation: Html5 View more presentations from James VanDyke. Here are my speaking notes: HTML5 Training Notes Here are a few resources that I recommend: Dive into HTML5 – This is one of the best resources I could find. It walks you… Continue reading HTML5: A look at the future
For most companies, the best reason to have a social media strategy is to play defense. The effort to effectively use social media to influence sales or conversations requires commitment and time. Most companies aren’t ready to put in that effort. Your Social Media Defensive Strategy Create a basic presence on major social media properties.… Continue reading Using Social Media with a Defensive Strategy
Posterous is a service that should appeal to people who want to post things online but don’t want to deal with the technical details. It works by simply emailing what you want to post to firstname.lastname@example.org. You don’t even need to create an account to get started, just email them. The contents of your email… Continue reading Posterous: Posting Anything via Email
I want to love Linux but it doesn’t share my feelings. To be honest, I think it’s hurt that I’m only looking for a fling; a trophy of geekdom to casually flaunt at parties. “Yeah, I”ve got a Linux box at home.” We both know that when I’m done experimenting I’ll head back to the… Continue reading Unrequited Love: Linux and the Geek
Testing Jott. I’m testing the new Jott voice messaging service where you call a phone number and have your messages transcribed anything, and even posted to a block blog. listen Powered by Jott Update: As you can see there were some small errors in the results but it’s still a neat service.