January 30, 2014

Does your website suck? Let us count the ways!

by Chris Abraham

Chances are you haven’t updated your website architecture in several years. A lot has happened in the past few years — time to upgrade in a big way. And not just technology, usability, interfaces, accessibility, or interface, but also content. Continue reading

January 23, 2014

What the first ever Google Glass-powered interview says about the future of tech

by Ayelet Noff

The most exciting aspect about tech, for me at least, is the exponential nature of technological change. We can see this in the big tech changes of the past 100 years. A century ago, the big technological change came from the invention of cars and planes, 70 years ago it was TV, 40 years ago the personal computer. Now, the … Continue reading

November 8, 2013

PEER mixes the best of LinkedIn & video chat

by Ayelet Noff

PEER, a new networking service, is centered around real-time video conversations. It helps you find other users that are relevant for your networking purposes and guides you to start a video conversation with them. Continue reading

September 25, 2013

Book review: ‘Age of Context’ captures the pulse of new tech

by JD Lasica

Book review of “The Age of Context” by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. The authors contextualize what they call the “five forces” in this megatrend: mobile, sensor devices, social media, big data and location-based technologies. These forces add up to a formidable package, one that deserves scrutiny far beyond the boundaries of greater Silicon Valley, where much of the action takes place. Continue reading

September 17, 2013

How Google’s new tabs on Gmail changed email marketing forever

by Ayelet Noff

The new Gmail tabs filter out much of the less important email that clogs up your inbox. Here’s why marketers should be embracing social media, as e-newsletters are becoming an obsolete marketing tactic. Continue reading