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Your Project’s New Best Friend – Check Out @Sprintly

Tech Start-ups are special. The Founder is usually eager to tell everyone about what he’s up to and how his start-up can solve the problem no one else has even thought to tackle. One such Start-up, and one such Founder is Joe Stump of Sprint.ly. I came across Joe when I stumbled across a Growth […]

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I Broke Triberr. What Did You Do Today?

It’s Social Media Week in New York, so I’ve been hitting up all the cool spots this week. Yesterday I was hanging out at the Global HQ. Then I went to see my buddy Ted Rubin at the Ogilvy offices dominate a panel discussion, followed by a dinner and drinks with the Collective Bias crew. Needless […]

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The New Triberr Design: Unfurled

For the last 2 years, Triberr has focussed on creating innovative ways for getting your blog content in front of a greater audience. We started with peer-based content distribution, but we quickly added one-click syndication of your content to other blogs. And the truly innovative piece wasn’t the ease and simplicity with which you can acquire fresh content for […]

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The New Rules of Blogging

On February 25th, I’ll be speaking at xPotomac in Washington DC about groundswells. I hope to see you there. So, what’s the talk about? I came up with the outline last night so I figured I’d hash it out in this blog post and let it evolve. If you have any suggestions, make ’em known in the comments. […]

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Filter Bubbles Created by Blogs and Search Engines

According to an article published in the journal Science entitled “Science, New Media, and the Public” by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers Dominique Brossard and Dietram A. Scheufele, blog comments and the autocomplete suggestions provided by search engines (such as Google Instant results) may produce a psychological bias that alter the way people interpret and make […]

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Did Apple Steal the Design for iPad From a 90s TV Show?

This post is not so much about Apple stealing a design from a Sci Fi show, but rather about how big sites manipulate your average Internet Joe into wasting his time on nonsense. The anatomy of the manipulation starts with a catchy headline, followed by a weak thesis, and asks the reader for the final […]

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3 Pronged Strategy to Launch @Cemmerce Into the Stratosphere

This post is written for an audience of one (Dror), but I think the principles apply to most companies looking to make a splash. Continue reading at your own risk. :-p While attending NMX/BlogWorld, I had a chance to meet with the boys from Cemmerce. I had no idea what Cemmerce is, but the Founder Dror and […]

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Complete Video Guide to Triberr

 The Incredible Triberr-Man, by the marvelous John Garrett Let’s start out by admitting that Triberr is a very weird and unique social network. It takes people few days to get used to it, but I think after you watch this video you get that time down to an hour. To help you get there, Petra Fisher and I sit down for […]

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