I decided that this year I would write up my own ten predictions. I should also say that as a technologist in my core, I often see things happening much earlier that they really happen. It is sort of the opposite of the sign on your cars side mirror which reads “objects may appear further away then they actually are”. Continue reading
Category Archives: Social Media
More than 20,000 to my blog
Just hit 20,000 visits to my blog and want to say thank you to all that have visited. I just wish you would comment more. I am hoping to launch an additional blog which is called The Electronic Shamanic. It is the place where I will post the many answers to technology questions I get … Continue reading
Built to Blast
The days of building a company to last may be over. Now we are building companies to blast. Continue reading
Facebook: Take the money and run!
I really enjoy Facebook. But actually what I really enjoy is interacting with my friends. I probably don’t really like the company Facebook that much. Continue reading
Another attempt to put order into my social networks (I no longer have time for a social life).
Years ago (early 90s) when I recognized that broadband Internet would create a new medium, I also thought that much of the content would come from individuals but I did not really think about social networks. That is probably because I was such a nerd growing up that I never passed notes around my classroom. Continue reading
I am about to turn 65 (Jan. 27th). I plan to be on the beach in Rio that day. But it is also the day I become eligible for Medicare. A year after, I start collecting social security. And then what? As I have discussed before, what is there to look forward to after that. … Continue reading
Social Media for Seniors
My son, Adin and I just had a discussion about social media and a lesson on using twitter and in particular Tweet Deck. Adin has spent the last 15 years (his entire career) working for and with non profit institutions. Lately he has focused his attention on the use of Social Media for non profits … Continue reading