Archive for the 'Interesting Finds' Category

The New Blue Sky Factory HQ

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

Well, its official, as of this past Monday, Blue Sky Factory has moved into it’s new global headquarters at the renovated McHenry Theatre, in historically hip Federal Hill, (Baltimore, MD).

We are all very excited about the move. Aside from settling into the fresh new digs that are located in an urban, historic, yet […]

Marketing 2.0: A Basic Framework

Saturday, May 26th, 2007

Below, are some of my thoughts around what I would classify as a “basic” marketing 2.0 framework. I am writing on this topic as I begin to think through the presentation I will be giving in July at the edu Web Conference.

In a very dynamic and ever changing landscape of web 2.0 and social […]

We’ve Acquired RSSFWD

Thursday, May 17th, 2007

Today, at Blue Sky Factory we announced that we have acquired RSSFWD ( For those of you who aren’t familiar with RSSFWD, it is a web based service that allows anyone to subscribe to any RSS feed via their email address. An example is on the side bar of this blog. The press release that […]

Tech Cocktail Comes to DC

Saturday, May 5th, 2007

I am psyched that Frank Gruber and crew have decided to put on Tech Cocktail DC on Thursday May 17th at MCCXXII.

Ever since Frank and Eric Olsen started Tech Cocktail in Chicago, its made me think about the lack of unique tech networking events that we have in the area. Sure we have decent events […]

Back in the Studio

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

Today was power packed with some ROI Radio goodness. After a little over a month hiatus from recording, I am happy to say that Andy and I knocked out three episodes today. One of them included a “shotgun” ROI Radio, where we randomly rang up Mr. Croncastic himself Kris Smith, who did a five minute […]

Google Is Not A Search Engine

Tuesday, April 17th, 2007

Clive Thompson busts out an awesome quote in this months edition of Wired. In his cover article dubbed “The See-Through CEO,” he talks about how the future of business success is to become “radically transparent” to the world. In a reference to how quickly a company or individuals reputation is “quantifiable, findable, and totally unavoidable,” […]

Twitter Nation

Monday, April 16th, 2007

I am a bit late to the game but I am in. You can hit me on Twitter right here. Become a “follower” of mine, and I will follow you :-)

From Inbox to iPod: edu Web Conference

Sunday, April 15th, 2007

On July 24th at the edu Web Conference in Baltimore, MD, I am going to be presenting a new talk that I am putting together titled “From Inbox to iPod: Meshing Today’s Social Media Elements into the Marketing Strategy.”

In most of the talks that I participate in, I often speak on one “spoke” of the […]

Podcamp NYC on

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

Jeff & I

Originally uploaded by arvindgrover.

Jeff Lebow of posted some of his video interviews at the recent Podcamp NYC. You can check them out here.

I had a great time at Podcamp. There was an incredible turnout of people from all walks of podcasting. […]

Email Experience Council

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

I am excited to announce that we just became a silver sponsor of the Email Experience Council.

“The eec is a global professional organization that strives to enhance the image of email marketing and communications, while celebrating and actively advocating its critical importance in business, and its ROI value.”

I originally met Jeanniey Mullen and […]