Quieting the Bacn

If I could wave a magic wand, only messages that were typed by human senders specifically addressed to me would arrive in my inbox. Other non-emergent messages can wait. I probably give these messages more attention now that they aren’t in the way of the high priority messages.

Commencement

My talk at the Doane Academy was by no means as funny and clever as Conan O’Brien’s address at Dartmouth University, but we touched on many of the same themes.

Apple Livestream for Charity

Why doesn’t Apple let me pay $1 to watch the livestream through an iPhone, iPad or desktop app, and donate the money to charity?

Deal-A-Day Expansion

It seems now that “Deal-A-Day” sites are everywhere, focusing on every category and location. So many more deals that it is hard to hold our attention.

Google Music Beta Plays "Hotel California" Indefinitely

If Google Music Beta had the ability to download your own tracks, perhaps even as a “I want my data back” bulk process, the service would be awesome. Then again, it is beta and it is free. How much should I really expect?

Xoom™ Still in Beta

Your partner Motorola delivered top notch hardware with amazing technology that is right on par with Apple’s iPad. Your partner Verizon brings a network that has super fast 4G speeds and amazing 3G availability. But Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) is still clearly unfinished beta software.

Google Buys Ads for Search on Bing

Ironic, don’t you think? So go over to Bing.com and do a search for the word, “Search.” Don’t select one of the terms from the drop-down, just click the little magnifying glass. Here is what you get.

Google's Attempt to Avoid Anti-Trust

Go ahead and try this yourself. Google the word “search.” Either Google doesn’t know how to get good search engine results, or they are making sure that this serves as appropriate evidence in their favor.

Lunch with NAWBO South Jersey

On Wednesday, January 12th from 11:30a – 1:00p, I will be presenting my workshop, “Internet Marketing for a Dime*” at the South Jersey chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. Internet Marketing On a Dime* Wednesday, January 12, 2011 * 11:30am to 1pm Beowulf Plaza 1814 Route 70 – 3rd Floor Boardroom Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 Graciously hosted…

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Resolutions

For those of you that haven’t heard yet, I collaborate on a podcast with Sandy Spadaro (@SandySpadaro) called 10 Minutes at Exit 4. The overall topic is business marketing, traditional and Internet. In the latest episode, “Resolutions,” we talk about building the right habits to support your marketing resolutions. We are also very excited for some upcoming guests, including Paul…

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