July 6, 2011

What kind of Web 3.0 world should we make?

by Christopher Rollyson

Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn and Silicon Valley insider, provides rich insight into technology trends, markets and building companies. Christopher Rollyson attended his presentation at SxSW and provided a substantial rundown. A main snippet? Web 3.0 would “arrive sooner and be stranger than we think.” Continue reading

June 22, 2011

How Facebook has quietly created a gold mine for marketers

by Christopher Rollyson

Inside the huge banner opportunity created by Facebook Facebook’s development schedule epitomizes the “white water, fast iteration” approach to serving company and customer. Although its mishaps are legendary, it succeeds in consistently fielding a mind-numbing array of features, so it is difficult to keep up and very easy to miss the significance of things. To wit, very few people people … Continue reading

January 3, 2011

Highlights reel: My favorite posts from 2010

by David Spark

Here they are, my favorite articles, videos, and other random stuff that I produced in 2010.

Also, a huge thanks to all my readers, especially the ones who have engaged with me. This past year was very successful for me and I really do appreciate your support. Thanks again. Continue reading

February 23, 2010

17 visionaries predict impact of social on the enterprise

by Christopher Rollyson

The adoption of Web 2.0 and social networking accelerated significantly over the past year, and it shows no sign of stopping. Here are perspectives of highly experienced execs who share their thoughts on how Web 2.0 is changing their businesses and mindsets. Continue reading

February 8, 2010

Web show producers: Increase user loyalty with live interaction

by David Spark

In a tag team interview session, I interviewed Carlos Rodela, CEO of AllofUsAreFamous and co-host of “Rad on the Web.” Rodela hosts many shows on the Mevio network. Mevio streams its shows live through the Justin.tv network which has a live chat built into the page. I talked with Rodela about the importance of engaging with your audience live during … Continue reading

February 1, 2010

Is it still pompous to announce, ‘I don’t have a TV’?

by David Spark

We’ve all had this moment. You want to talk to a friend about some great TV program you just saw. Instead of engaging or heeding your recommendation they simply announce, “I don’t have a TV.” We all know where that conversation leads. Either they’re considerate and just let it go. But more often they tell you with a wave of … Continue reading