If you are posting original content on Facebook or Twitter, you’re stupid. No polite way to put it. You’re an idiot. Every day I see great thoughts, photos and other inspiring original content posted on Facebook and it makes me cringe. It is like cooking an interesting organic and original meal and… Continue reading Why Google wants to stop me blogging
You know that something is changing when Google talks about a “beautiful interface”… As the world tries to figure out how to keep their day job and still find time to check up their facebook, twitter, linked in and Google Plus accounts, it seems we are going full circle to the operating system debate… Continue reading Interface time (again) – supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
I remember the debate in some English Literature class: will the future be like George Orwell’s “1984” or Aldus Huxley’s “Brave New World”? I am a social media scientist by nature it seems because Huxley was always where I would put my money. But the “soma” of our time isn’t a drug, it is information.… Continue reading Google can destroy you. “You” being anyone and anything. Scary?
“So why don’t you cheat?” It took me a while to recover. My father has always been my moral compass. He has stood through many decades of doing business with absolute integrity refusing to bribe anyone in a country where this is unheard of. He didn’t fall for the trap of taking… Continue reading Facebook ads don’t add up: how I proved they are cheating
Yes, yet another acronym. I am now officially a PE.C.A. I coined the term because it is going to become a popular profession. Not for me personally. I only got involved and am developing the know how in order to assist corporate clients. The problem is that the personal branding of their top brass is… Continue reading Personal Communications Advisor: better than golf
For anyone chasing Google, basing the attack on human rights could yield much better results than grabbing at technological straws.
Apple isn’t killing Flash. Google is
Rather than complain about what Google and Facebook do to our privacy, why don’t we make a global effort to actually supply user information for analysis for something useful?
Moving an entire domain as an experiment for learning more about how and why web traffic comes may sound extreme but it actually works if properly set up!