Flickr Now Has Stats

Flickr announces that they have opened up a stats interface for Premium Members. We’ve introduced a new feature for our pro members: stats! No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you — we’ve launched another of our most often requested features. Yay! We’ve designed stats on Flickr to give you all sorts of insight into how people … Continue reading Flickr Now Has Stats

Twitter and Online Marketing: What Problem Does Twitter Solve?

What purpose does Twitter serve for online marketers? Can you successfully “market” something on Twitter? Yes and no. Yes: you can market yourself, your ideas, your brand and your positions that down the road equate into real world bottom line numbers. No: marketing products or services directly on Twitter in a pure performance marketing sense … Continue reading Twitter and Online Marketing: What Problem Does Twitter Solve?

Big in Japan: Web2.0 Is Dead and Japan is the Next Hub of the Web?

Robert Sanzalone of Blognation Japan has an interesting interview with Zooomr’s Kristopher Tate in which he expounds on his vision of web development’s future. He’s almost got me convinced… Kristopher: My goal is simple. I’m going to make Japan the next center of the web!… I really want to get bloggers excited in Japan. It … Continue reading Big in Japan: Web2.0 Is Dead and Japan is the Next Hub of the Web?

Super Roman Glue

First concrete, now superglue… is there anything the Romans didn’t engineer? I’m sure the location that this glue concoction was recovered had something to do with its makeup (much as Roman concrete varies from place to place based on location of origin in the Empire). However, this is still pretty amazing considering the time gap: … Continue reading Super Roman Glue