Last night I had another great opportunity to attend Hackers &
Founders here in Indianapolis. This thing just keeps
getting bigger & better and should be on everyone who is
interested in Startups attending & supporting.This morning I
was driving into work and thinking about my mentor Jason Fried who
really taught me about the role of Iteration as...
Marshall Kirkpatrick at ReadWriteWeb uses the recent experience he
had with a Twittering Comcast customer service rep to talk about
how some companies are taking a proactive approach to reputation
management.Kirkpatrick cites as an example a partnership between
WebTrends and Raidian 6 to provide a monitoring and reporting
services that track online...
This is a follow-up to my first post on Why host on a subdomain
versus a subdirectory.Matt Cutts of Google has some interesting
feedback on this, and promotes the use of a subdirectory due to the
complexities involved in subdomain configuration. I believe
that when you're blogging for business and tracking conversions,
the advantages of a...
Yesterday, InfoWorld ran a story on the rise of scripting languages
Both are very worthwhile reads because they provide a nice mix of
the state of the art and the historical context of scripting
languages.Prior to hiring with Compendium about six months ago, I
had tinkered with...
The Telegraph, a newspaper over in the UK, recently ran a story
about corporate blogging, talking about the risks and the
responsibilities of doing it successfully.The story leads off with
an account of the damage done when a marketing director at British
retailer Tesco mentioned adverse news about his employer's future
plans in his blog. The post...