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Rapid Fire – Sunday, November 18

Amazon Amapedia Amazon has taken it’s product wiki-esque concepts and created a single site, Amapedia, to host it. Another smart amazon idea. Tags: amazon, ecommerce, wiki, dailylinks Dew D.I.Y. Cool project from Mountain Dew that collects consumer created Dew products. Some crazy cool stuff. Everybody has their own kink, indeed. Tags: diy, dailylinks, cpg Master […]

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MarketingSherpa Interview

Sean over at MarketingSherpa pinged me last week to chat about best practices for adding social functions to a Web site. We talked for quite a while and he distilled my ramblings down into a great article. Here’s the quick review of the 5 core steps we talked about: Tip #1. Choose where to allow […]

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Great content from the Writer’s Strike

What do striking writers do when they don’t have any work and want to get their message across? Create absolutely brilliant YouTube videos, that’s what. Check out the United Hollywood blog for lots more video work, as well as a way to help out. Huffington Post also has a Writer’s Strike section that has some […]

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Great content from the Writer's Strike

What do striking writers do when they don’t have any work and want to get their message across? Create absolutely brilliant YouTube videos, that’s what. Check out the United Hollywood blog for lots more video work, as well as a way to help out. Huffington Post also has a Writer’s Strike section that has some […]

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Rapid Fire – Saturday, November 17

Poll: IMs Help Teens Avoid Embarrassment From the article: “More than four in 10, or 43 percent, of teens who instant message use it for things they wouldn’t say in person, according to an Associated Press-AOL poll released Thursday. Twenty-two percent use IMs to ask people out on dates or accept them, and 13 percent […]

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Mozilla is becoming disappointing

UPDATE: Looks like the Mashable story might have been misleading. Thanks to the commenters, we have an update to the story. I’m still disappointed in the current state of Firefox on the Mac, and like Jon says in the comments, Camino? Really? Fingers crossed for Firefox 3.0… — Man oh man. I used to love […]

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WOMMA: Day 2 Posts

And here’s the Day 2 WOMMA live blog posts! I meant to post this entry last night, but I had to run off to a client focus group. More recap thoughts over the weekend… I want to chew on some things I’m excited and concerned about before posting. WOMMA/Summit – Day 2: Customer 2.0 WOMMA/Summit […]

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WOMMA: Day 1 Takeaways

Thanks to a great suggestion in the comments, I’d like to share my four key takeaway from today’s event. Hopefully this helps you not have to sift through as much stuff as I posted! WOMMA events had stagnated a bit in the past. I’d largely lost interest in hearing from a lot of the same […]

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WOMMA: Day 1 Posts

Here’s a quick recap of my Day 1 live blogging. I’ve been having more fun than expected with the live blogging. I’ve not been taking enough pictures, however. Josh will be disappointed. Stunts vs Science: What does it take to spark the conversation? Cranium Lunch Session Radical listening to customers: using WOM for consumer insight […]

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WOMMA Live Blogging

I’m at WOMMA today, live blogging. Watch the WOMMA blog to see the efforts. Feel free to check out the agenda and ask a question via comments on this thread and I’ll try to bubble it up to the speakers.

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