Monthly Archive: June 2009

MetaBusinesses and the Aggregation of Anything

The Internet and technology makes it so easy to do anything. Want to be a musician? Grab a mic, plug it into your computer, hit record. Want to make a movie? Grab a camera, edit on your computer. Want to be a journalist? Create a blog, start writing. Want to learn a new language? Download language software. Want to be an artist? Draw a picture …

A Collection of Quotes – Volume 1

I typically use this blog for somewhat coherent thoughts. When I see things I like and don’t have time to write about them, they either make it to my tumblr account, or to my twitter & Facebook update. Here are some of those quotes from the past few months: “creativity, which I define as the process of having original ideas that have value, more often …

Missing the Mark on Social Media

(This post can also be found on the Lotame Learnings Blog) A recent study came out by Knowledge Networks titled: “Internet users turn to social media to seek one another, not brands or products.” Without even looking at the numbers, I think it’s safe to bet that it is in fact true that “Internet users turn to social media to seek one another, not brands …