This workspace looks like a comfy yet energizing place to think or work, with warm brick-colored walls coupled with dark wood surfaces. TierOne Photography’s Steve Norcup remodeled his attic to design his ideal space.
People predicted rioting when Twitter decided to post ads within its feeds. However, those protests never materialized. Instead, Twitter was used to mobilize protests in the streets in Egypt, Yemen and Tunesia. The two instances are related. As Twitter became a globally recognized entity, it a…
Here is a follow up to my earlier post this afternoon. I agree with the author stating that it is a competitor to Foursquare, but it does have the potential to be something much bigger than that.
I see it being somewhere along the lines if Twitter and Foursquare had a baby. You get to follow your favorite friends, brands, and celebrities plus it’s all location based.
Lastly, lets all be honest at how crummy beta testing is. Nobody is using the dang thing near you unless you’re in a heavily populated city. Of course Schemer is going to be lame during the beta/invite stage. I just hope it helps pick up Google+ behind Facebook.
Smartphone and tablet purchases have been on the rise for several years, but 2011 was a turning point: This was the first year that these mobile devices outsold desktop and laptop PCs. The effect — and perhaps some of the cause of this — is a love…
Since I became a traveling consultant I’ve really focused on Starwoods as my preferred hotel chain. From my perspective it was all about accumulating points and who had the best redeemable perks.
But now ask yourself, “Who has the best social media strategy?” Lauren Drell from Mashables broke it down for us in an infographic. I was actually surprised at how the landscape stood, but after thinking about it for a while it made sense.
Take a look for yourselves and let me know what you think. Does any hotel rein social media supremacy?
During last night’s Monday Night Football game, Candlestick Stadium was thrown into darkness after a transformer blew out delaying kickoff for 25 minutes. Everything was inoperable including the public address system. NFL Team Officials encouraged media to use Twitter to communicate to the fans to stay in their seats and not panic.
Twitter has been used in similar fashion in the past. When the earthquake struck the East Coast this past summer, I utilized my Twitter app to understand whether it was a terrorist attack or some other incidence.To my relief, it was the latter event.
Social media’s effectiveness stems from it’s quick, easy to use, and one to many communication venues.