For those of you who don’t know, Victoria just finished Princeton with her Ph.D in Art History. Very, very proud husband, I am. So, the lovely Victoria is finally getting on Twitter in order to promote her art history and provenance research consulting business. Provenance, of course, refers to the chronology of the ownership and/or location… Continue reading Helping my wife pick a Twitter handle
Month: May 2012
Chris Brogan closed his Linked Account. Should you?
This week, one of my chief influencers, Chris Brogan, blogged about how he had closed his LinkedIn account. Chris was kind of enough to post this screenshot. My first thought was: wow. Anyone who can generate 143 recommendations is pretty darn impressive. In his post, Chris indicated that he was closing it because he was… Continue reading Chris Brogan closed his Linked Account. Should you?
The Facebook Sponsored Stories Lawsuit & Why It’s a Big Deal
Quoting here from InsideFacebook: Facebook today settled a proposed class action lawsuit that contested how the site uses names and images of users in its Sponsored Stories ad product. The plaintiffs of Fraley et al v. Facebook, Inc. asserted that the social network’s new ad type turns users into spokespeople, and thus entitles them to… Continue reading The Facebook Sponsored Stories Lawsuit & Why It’s a Big Deal
My Clickfire Media Mobile Panel Today
Today I’ll be part of a panel by Click3X & Clickfire Media for Internet Week NY titled “Sweet Mobile Idea: How do you build it to fit your audience strategy?” Clickable thumb with more details below. If you’re interested in live-streaming the event, you can click on this link at 1pm today: http://clickfiremedia.com/iwnymobile/