Big, Fancy, Decorative, Branded banners in your newsletters aren’t helpful, and in fact, are harmful to your newsletters.
Friends, brand recognition is important, but your subscribers already saw who sent them the email when they read the subject and sender in their inbox – and guess what? The more space [...]
I logged into Coffee & Power this morning and found that people in the public chat were discussing something that has been on my mind for a while now. How does one get started utilizing this service? Do I honestly have to buy in to start participating in this economy of small jobs and independent workers? With exactly [...]
You read and hear a lot these days about how Facebook is causing a change in the way we understand the word “Friend.” It’s ever so slight and gradual – of course we all understand that the Facebook Friend we made because we lol’d at the same cat photo isn’t a real friend of ours, [...]
Let me introduce those of you who don’t know what it is to the website OkCupid.com. Awesome dating website dropped onto the internet for use for free made with science and lots of awesome.
I was there a few weeks ago when I stumbled upon the [...]
I spent Foursquare Day today checking in just about anywhere I legitimately could. I was caught up in the excitement of what had been declared an official holiday in NYC Starting in Rockefeller Plaza, and needing to get to Christopher St in the West Village, my friend Rachel indulged my need for [...]
The other day, I asked my friends a question with the new questions feature on Facebook: Windows or PC?
Understandably, many of my friends were confused. The most popular answer was actually neither option, as the majority of respondents selected the response: I’m not really sure what [...]
I really am not fond of Starbucks. To start with, I’m the kind of guy that likes to support local, sustainable, fair trade businesses. What’s more, Starbucks waters down a number of their drinks. Then they go about adding milk and caramel to a Macchiato without changing the name giving their large audience a misunderstood [...]