Archive for the 'People' Category

The Ubiquitous RSS

Saturday, December 3rd, 2005

I had breakfast with a client yesterday who runs a very large interactive practice that services fortune 100-1000 companies. Over the course of the meal, we discussed email marketing, podcasting, blogging, and RSS, mainly the current state of each but more importantly where its all going. We also talked about how interested his clients […]

Best of Craigslist

Sunday, November 27th, 2005

Check it out - the folks over at Craigslist have compiled a “best of” list. The list dates back to 2000. All I can say is, people are strange :-)

per Mitch Arnowitz

The Subservient Donald

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2005

Scrolling through Bloglines this morning I came across another hilarious spoof of the original “Subservient Chicken” concept. This time its dubbed Subservient Donald, yes a complete and total spoof on the Donald. Check it out, the responses are off the wall depending on what you type in for a command. Go ahead and give it […]

Back in the USA

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Back in Baltimore, MD USA! After 6 flights and 3 cities in Europe, I must admit its good to be back home. At the same time I would have loved another week in Europe. We had a great time traveling through the Netherlands, Czech Republic and England. I got a chance to catch up with […]

How Wired Are You?

Wednesday, October 26th, 2005

Have you become callous to technology and the use of the internet? Can’t imagine life or running a business without it? Then read this and think for a sec:

“It may sometimes seem like everyone is on the Internet, but one in five Americans say they’ve never been online and a third say they don’t even […]

$91 Billion Conversation

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

Fortune Magazine has a great article running dubbed “Billionaire Buddies: The $91 Billion Conversation.” A conversation between two billionaire buddies, Bill Gates and Warren Buffet. I find it fascinating to get inside the minds of truly amazing people, especially two individuals who have generated great wealth in their lives. Both of them are similar in […]

The Art of Execution: A Primer

Saturday, October 22nd, 2005

I am working on writing a couple of essays, mostly for the pure enjoyment of writing, which is why I started blogging in the first place, but also, to keep on learning. I find that when I write on a particular subject or topic, I learn infinitely more about it then when I simply read […]

Text Messaging Addiction?

Sunday, October 16th, 2005

I am convinced that if you can do something, then there is an addiction for it. The BBC reports on a Scottish teenager who is being treated for text messaging and email addiction. Thats nuts, but it appears this kid definitely had issues:

“In the space of a year, ‘Steven’ spent £4,500 on text messaging.”

“He was […]

Apologies to my Blogtimore Friends

Saturday, October 15th, 2005

Quick shout out to my fellow bloggers on Blogtimore. I noticed that my feed was recently dropped from the site, and when I contacted the administration, I was informed that my Time/ Date stamp on my posts was way off base, I had been post-dating my posts by hours! I never really paid any attention […]

Trick App: Tagyu

Wednesday, October 12th, 2005

I am digging the fact that many people are now using tags when writing their blog posts. About a month ago, I started using a WordPress plugin that allows me to tag my posts in Technorati. By simply clicking on my own tags, I have come across many new blogs that I enjoy reading and […]