December 4, 2009
by Dave McClintock
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Michael Wesch’s Web 2.0 Video

Professor Michael Wesch created the following video – it’s “Web 2.0 in five minutes” – using “CamStudio for the screen captures and Sony Vegas for the panning/cropping/zooming animations.” Beyond the content itself—remarkably current for a March 2007 release—we should study this use … Continue reading

October 28, 2009
by Dave McClintock
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Authors: See Gary Crush It!

From my perspective, Gary Vaynerchuk—the boy from Belarus who grew his family’s liquor store in New Jersey into a multimillion-dollar business, and who is now teaching others to use customer service (especially via social media) to grow their businesses—has set … Continue reading

August 9, 2009
by Dave McClintock
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Twitter for Small Business [NYT]

In “Marketing Small Businesses with Twitter” [NYT, 7/23/09], Claire Cain Miller profiles some small businesses that are using Twitter’s free platform to communicate with customers and peers. See the New York Times site: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/23/business/smallbusiness/23twitter.html. When we strip away the hype … Continue reading

August 5, 2009
by Dave McClintock
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NetLingo in the WSJ: KUTGW

We had the pleasure of editing the first edition of NetLingo, Erin Jansen’s dictionary of approximately 2,500 terms related to computing and the Internet. Today, NetLingo.com was cited in The Wall Street Journal, in an article by Stephanie Raposo on … Continue reading

June 2, 2009
by Dave McClintock
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E-book Matrix in Progress

Whether or not you want to read, write, or publish an e-book, the medium will become more and more important.  We all should watch for ways to distribute information (internally and externally) with e-books. Inspired by a question on LinkedIn … Continue reading