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for: ‘July, 2010’

Why I Love The Web

I was reading a news article this morning, and realized that I’d come across a reference to Novorossiysk, Russia for the second time in a week, and I wasn’t exactly sure where in the hell Novorossiysk is. A quick Google search and within less than a minute I was looking at this: A couple of …

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It’s A World Wide Web

From the moment I first logged onto the Web in the late 90′s (yeah, I’m a slow adopter) I’ve been fascinated by the fact that I can see the world through foreign eyes and media, that it truly is a “world wide” web. So I thought I’d point you towards a few interesting or fun …

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Stick To What You Do Best

I read an interesting article today that explored the idea that Google can’t develop social media platforms because it’s not in the company’s DNA. http://bit.ly/bkYlZL The gist is that Google builds applications that get the job done (search, email, news, maps) and encourage you to move on to the next task. Social media, meanwhile, wants …

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Cobbler’s Kids Have No Shoes

You know the old saying… and old excuse. I’ve been putting off posting to the blog because I’ve been busy. Or, because I had other things to do. Or… All of these excuses are lame. If there’s value in doing something, like posting to your blog, then it deserves as much attention as any other …

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