I’m at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco reporting for Yammer.
Almost a full year ago I wrote an analyst report entitled “Real-Time Search and Discovery of the Social Web” (get your copy of the 20-page PDF), and I argued that one of the failures of the value of the real-time web is the lack of editors monitoring the data and then republishing it in a digested form. Continue reading
Are these Gnomedex attendees geekier than you? Last week I attended the Gnomedex 10 conference in Seattle, and I asked speakers and attendees what makes them a true geek. This video is the result of that interview. This video was shot for Dice, “The career hub for tech” and a client of Spark Media Solutions. For more on Gnomedex, read … Continue reading
The summer’s half gone already! Here’s our roundup of social media, tech and marketing conferences and events scheduled for the month of August. For the full year, see our Calendar of 2010 social media, tech and marketing conferences. We’ve also published a roundup of nonprofit and social change conferences and events on our sister site, Socialbrite. We’ll publish a list … Continue reading
Where did June go already? Here’s our roundup of social media, tech and marketing conferences and events scheduled for the month of July. For the full year, see our Calendar of 2010 social media, tech and marketing conferences. Note that we’ve published a roundup of nonprofit and social change conferences and events for July on our sister site, Socialbrite. We’ll … Continue reading
At Social Media Marketing London on June 17, 2010. Anew social marketing conference makes its U.S. debut next week in San Francisco, and Socialmedia.biz readers get a 10 percent price discount by registering with the code Socialmediajd. Called Social Media Marketing 2010, the gathering will bring together social media experts such as Brian Solis, Chris Heuer and Sarah Austin to … Continue reading
While successful, casual games are not known for being as social as true ‘social games’ Before there were lucrative games on Facebook, casual games have done very well existing on their own sites and on game portals. The casual game market paved the way for the social gaming market. Problem is, beyond a leader board and some chat there’s never … Continue reading