So here’s my challenge… can online marketers (outside of the non-profit community) provide real worth to people’s life and change the world for the better rather than just pushing junk and fake promises?
Revenue Magazine’s May/June 2007 issue is out and I’m quoted a few times in the cover story about Web2.0 and online marketers.
I ramble on about attention data and widgets.
Thanks for the inclusion, Eric!
Sweet mother of wow…
The Smashing Pumpkins have announced two sets of residency gigs: nine shows at the Orange Peel in Asheville, N.C., (June 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 30 and July 2, 3, and 5) plus eight shows at the Fillmore in San Francisco (July 22, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30 and 31 and August 1).
The band will vary set lists from night to night, performing songs from the upcoming album Zeitgeist, Pumpkins classics, plus unreleased material and tunes written the day of the show.
The concerts are designed to give fans a glimpse into the Pumpkins’ creative process.
Tickets go on sale this Sunday (May 20). If anyone wants to come up for a show ($20), you’re more than welcome to crash at the casa de harrelson here in Asheville!
YouTube, MySpace and PhotoBucket Blocked from Military Computers
I read way too many feeds in a given day. I need to narrow it down, but it’s a tough chore because I have so many varied interests.
Letting them pile up over the weekend resulted in over 2k new entries that I had to plow through rather quickly without much concentration.
Hmm… I need to outsource my feed reading…