Ohio Web Leaders Diggs Into Google, Cuil and How Search is Changing

Mad props to Bill Balderaz and Amy Marshall of Webbed Marketing for their presentation this morning at the OWL breakfast seminar. I’ve attended two events for this recently formed group and I’ve left both times with new perspectives, new connections and very applicable information. If you’re in the internet technology game, or even a client-side […]

Triple O, The Key to Obama’s Intgrated Online Success Online

Hats off and thanks to Scott Schweitzer from The Strategy Group for Media for passing along a recent Washington Post article entitled: Obama’s Wide Web; From YouTube to Text Messaging, Candidate’s Team Connects to Voters. I’m always very cautious when bringing up politics, but regardless of where your political affiliations lie no one can argue […]

Greeting with a Personal Touch: SendOutCards.com

This one has me very excited right out of the gate!!  I will rate this web service as one of the most innovative SaaS applications I’ve seen in 2008. Following the Wil Schroder startup model, this service uses the Internet to provide a robust solution that alleviates the friction in a human transaction. With the […]

Twitter: Making Conversation in 140 Charecters or Less

Micro blogging has gained so much traction in 2008 among hipsters, techies and even business professionals. For anyone unfamiliar with the concept, Wikipedia defines micro blogging as this: Micro-blogging is a form of blogging that allows users to write brief text updates (usually 140 characters) and publish them, either to be viewed by anyone or […]

A Short Follow Up on SlideRocket

Recently I posted an article on a new presentation software that I’ve fallen in love with. I’d like to send a cheer to my friend and entrepreneur JP Adams, for turning me on to this great FastCompany interview with Mitch Grasso, Founder and CEO of SlideRocket. This flash application is one of the coolest web […]