Last evening, I exchanged a few tweets with the folks at Janetter (@Janetter_jp), the Twitter client I just installed on my MacBook. Overall, I really like Janetter. It is a big improvement over Tweetdeck, which got bought a few months ago by Twitter, and now appears to have been put in stasis. The folks at Jane, [...]
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I’ve been working on a little SaaS project I call AdTraqr that helps advertisers determine which ad placements are most effective. It employs those darlings of Japan, QR codes, which were invented by a Toyota subsidiary to track parts inventory. Here’s one that points to my About.me profile page: The way AdTraqr works is that [...]
There’s a 1950 Disney cartoon called “Motor Mania” featuring Goofy as a Jekyll and Hyde character who turns from polite Mr. Walker to raging Mr. Wheeler when he gets into his car to drive. It’s still as relevant today as it was 60 years ago, although now we call it road rage. It goes right [...]
Ok, it’s true, I won a free hotel room here for one night, but regardless, The Roger Smith is a deal even at the walk-in-off-the-street rate. If you’re into social media, it’s *the* place to stay. And it’s convenient. At 47th and Lexington, it’s only a 5 min walk from Grand Central Station. If you [...]
One of my Boston social media buddies, Todd van Hoosear (@toddvanhoosear), set me off on a rant a couple of days ago by retweeting this from Jon Silk (@prgeek) in London. I responded with a string of tweets, about how restaurants should put their actual street address in a prominent place so I can enter [...]