People call me The Community Guy
Do you pass the Bus Test?
Ben points out an interesting, yet ultimately fruitless exchange between a brand manager and a blogger. Basically, a smart brand manager reaches out to blogger talking about his product and offers to bring the blogger into the fold. Blogger gets excited, brand manager leaves the company and doesn’t tell the blogger, blogger becomes disappointed. And […]
The how, what, why of Egorcast
Alex blogged about our "casual development" efforts over at Big in Japan in three posts: Part I: The What about Egorcast Part II: The How about Egorcast Part III: The Why about Egorcast Check out the what, how and why about Egorcast. It was a fun little project mashingup Twitter, Jaiku, WordPress and Jott!
Females can invade personal space too
I almost hate to post about this because I don’t want to continue the discussion… so just consider this a vent of a quasi-political nature. This week everyone from the Huffington Post to Advertising Age has been talking about Sheryl Crow getting yelled at by Karl Rove. According to the Huffington Post article from Crow […]
Clue Unit: Co-creation and Contest
The latest Clue Unit podcast has been posted, this time we focus on co-creation. (click here to listen – MP3) (click here to subscribe to this feed) Since we were talking about co-creation, we’d be remiss if we didn’t call out one of our favorite examples of co-creation: JPG Magazine. In the spirit of wonderfulness […]
Dallas Geek Dinner
Tomorrow night Joseph Jaffe is coming to Dallas, and dinner will be had. Sounds like anyone’s welcomed, here’s the details. Make sure to let Paul know if you’re coming so that you have a seat when you show.
At Big in Japan, we have devised a plan to release "casual apps" once a month. These apps will span the comical (MyEvilCyberTwin.com) to the functional. The idea is to design, develop, and launch an entire application in about a week, showcasing some key concept of agile development, social strategy, and the future of web […]