Monthly Archives: April 2013

Most of the People, All of The Time

I came across Nokia’s newest ad for the Lumia 920, yesterday.  I thought it could provide an interesting break of levity.  But as I watched it, I actually think there is something that could be learned from the ad for … Continue reading

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When Your iPhone Becomes Your Employer’s iPhone

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is all the rage these days with corporate IT departments. The fast pace of the march towards BYOD has surprised many. Led by the love that users have for their smartphones, iPhone and Android, it … Continue reading

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The Fine Print Can Kill You

Yesterday I talked about the misconception that some have that anything goes in their social media postings.  Today, let’s talk about what governs your interactions with the various social platforms that you use.  Every now and then a change is … Continue reading

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Social Media Postings – Wild Wild West, or No Different Then Meatspace?

We all engage in some confrontational statements in social.  What about publishing someone else’s hyperbolic statements published in your twitterfall displayed on your home page?  When does hyperbole become defamatory and have you thought about it, both from your brand’s … Continue reading

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Why SoLoMo? – What’s In It For Me

If you are reading this blog, I think you have already accepted the premise that SoLoMo, or whatever you choose to call it, is the next phase of consumer engagement.  When your stakeholders ask what the value proposition is, what … Continue reading

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If It’s Free – You are Being Sold

The title comes from my first blog post, but an article in Wired from late last week puts pen to paper this statement. Apple is storing all those things you ask Siri for up to two years. They are storing … Continue reading

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Follow the Money – iOS Still Leads Where it Counts

Sarah Perez, of TechCrunch, reported on Twitter’s new Music initiative and app, which is being launched on iOS first, following it’s launch of Vine in January which was also iOS first.  She doesn’t offer up a single reason why developers … Continue reading

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