Startups

I’ve been super busy lately because I have been in the throws of producing  an original web series for a client. I’ve reached a milestone (the series debuted!), so I figured I would weigh in with some thoughts and an update. Have I produced a web series before? No. Since high school, I’ve made small […]

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Soooo. I’ve been trying to work on my “writing career” slowly but surely. The latest chapter in this walk is my interview with the totally awesome Tristan Walker of FourSquare: “Square Biz: The Silicon Valley Hustle of Tristan Walker, VP of Biz Dev at FourSquare” I pitched this interview to The Atlanta Post months ago, […]

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Tuesday evening I had the pleasure of attending the exclusive launch party for AtlantaPost.com, hosted by Armand de Brignac champagne. You may know Armand de Brignac champagne from rap videos and Jay-Z songs, as the product is encased in gold bottles with the Ace of Spades on them. If you didn’t already know, The Atlanta […]

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Last Monday I had the honor of sitting on a panel for the Introduction to Online Communities class for the Online Communities program at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. That’s a mouthful. If you’re paying close attention, this is the program where I earned my master’s degree (I was in the 2007 […]

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Stop The Startup Madness

November 13, 2009

in #Tech,Startups

It’s not often I read anything said by Robert Scoble and agree with everything he has said 100%. I find I disagree with him more often than not, but usually that’s somewhere in the Twittersphere or Friendfeed-ersphere. Either way, he’s spot on with his post, The worst things startups do. If you don’t know who […]

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A quick post over at Web Worker Daily asks are we entering a Post-Reader era? I think for me, the answer is yes. Since September of last year, I’ve been struggling with my Google Reader. Every time I look up, my unread count is over 1000 posts. I just can’t keep up. I subscribe to […]

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For the past six months, I’ve been experimenting with different internet video broadcasting formats. I’m not sure why, as I don’t have any personal interest to be in front of the camera, regularly. I’m quite shy when it comes to strangers, so naturally, broadcasting myself via video (live, or taped) would practically be a nightmare […]

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