Month: April 2008

Mission Accomplished?

Frustratingly sad… New Babylonian Town Found: “He added that his team has come across several cuneiform tablets but ‘there is no one to read the ancient writing because Iraqi experts with the knowledge to decipher Mesopotamian script have fled the country.’ “ I feel like we’re living out an Arthur C Clarke story.

Web2.0 Expo and Bloody Hands

I’m in San Francisco for Web2.0Expo this week (see banner thingy over on the right). I participated on a great panel (I thought it was great) this morning with a few of my favorite people on the topic of affiliate marketing in the social media world… fun stuff. I’m shooting some video that I’ll upload this evening. The best way to follow my whereabouts is via my Twitter stream (again, see the banner thingy over …

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Monetizing Attention

Exactly… “attention is not monetized, gestures are” Twitter / Steve Gillmor

Cloud Computing IS the Future (Not the Web OS)

I talk a good deal about cloud computing. If you listen to the GeekCast podcast, you might here me arguing with Shawn Collins over our cloud-based future and how it will be a reality as soon as variables, such as ubiquitous highspeed internet connections are available and accessible here in the US as well as the continued maturation of “cloud” based web apps such as GMail or Google Docs, are made more reliable. I also …

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Merchants and Affiliates Face the Tax Man?

Merchants and affiliate marketers have been able to avoid the complication of state taxes on transactions, but that may be coming to an end if a New York state bill is made law and catches on with other cash-strapped states… InternetNews Realtime IT News – ‘Amazon Tax’ Lands in New York: “The so-called ‘Amazon tax’ closes a loophole for Internet retailers who derive sales through affiliate programs in which Web site owners place a link …

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Picasa Web Albums – Phil – Assyria in th…

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How Will Mobile Browsing Change Web Marketing?

Marketing on the web is a constantly evolving practice mixed with a touch of art and success based on intuition. In other words, it’s very hard to come up with a solidified tried-and-true formula for marketing on the web that can be easily replicated. There are just too many variables, and time is an incredibly important vector in web marketing. Add to this mix the realization that mobile web browsing will explode in the coming …

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Sigils are the new advertising/marketing/branding… Sigil (magic) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It’s True, Web Marketers ARE Polluters

Steve Rubel posits that we are in for a global climate change type scenario on the web caused by the proliferation and unbridled polluting of web marketers… Micro Persuasion: An All Too Convenient Truth: Many Marketers Pollute the Web: “The web is facing it’s own global warming crisis as marketers continue to pollute it. Consumers are voting with their clicks and eyeballs by engaging with authentic content that adds value, while ignoring the rest.” I …

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Sigils are the new advertising/marketing/branding… Sigil (magic) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mary Hudson Dancing to New Flickr Video

I’m testing out Flickr Video embed with this awesome flick of my daughter: Flickr Video is going to change the way I do online video publishing.

Wofford’s Terrier

Can’t wait till Mary Hudson lives on the City’s Northern Border one day: http://services.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f8/271548489

Podcasting Again

I made my first podcast in a couple of weeks today. Basically, I’m tired of the “how to” type format and need to be who I am on the shows. Here’s the mp3 or you can head over to GeekCast.fm for a stream. Thoughts?

But everything here was a REPLICA of me. A paradox. A mask. Can you forgive that? You should. It was an art piece. And this was the piece. D.R.Adams Films Inc. – THE END

Power of Limits: CROSSED-OUT NAME on Vimeo (via Vimeo) (Source: http://www.vimeo.com/)

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Power of Limits: CROSSED-OUT NAME on Vimeo (via Vimeo)

so i’ve decided that i’m going to start writing about things that i hate and love about myself here (in no particular order). blogging about blogging, etc is stupid and not what i want to do here (or there).

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