I found this post at iReaderReview about the need for the next generation of the Kindle (what the author calls the "Kindle 3") to have "Killer Features" in order to compete with the new threats to the Kindle's market success. While it's an interesting analysis, there are some key points that the author fails to… Continue reading Does Amazon want to be in the Hardware Business?
Nothing sullies authentic person-to-person communication more than money. Click to Enlarge
Conferences and other events can be great opportunities to connect with thought leaders in your industry and create buzz around your attendance while you're there. One way to do this is to capture audio and video interviews with influentials while you're there and post them in your blog, web site, podcast or on YouTube and… Continue reading How to Create Great Media at Conferences and Events
Here's today's AdSense Ad of the Day. What do you get when you combine twitter and strategy? 'nuff said...
Just in case you didn't realize that The Apple Store wasn't going to charge you for the download...
This isn't the first time I've posted interesting or funny AdSense ads, but it is the first time I've thought to name/categorize them. So here it is: AAOTD. I've had a few dog-related posts here since we lost Oliver and recently adopted Lucy, so AdSense ads for dog-related products and services are expected. However, I… Continue reading AdSense Ad of the Day
I will be attending BlogWell next week (Tuesday, October 28th) with the inimitable John C. Havens (co-author of the forthcoming book, "Tactical Transparency: How Leaders Can Leverage Social Media to Maximize Value and Build their Brand" with Shel Holtz). If you're going to the conference or if you'll be in the SF area and want to hook up,… Continue reading Who’s going to BlogWell next week?
These are pretty much my raw notes from the Business of API's Conference held on March 17th at the Yale Club in NYC. Send any corrections my way via email or in the comments. -jf. Jeremy Zawodny, Yahoo! Developer Network Yahoo! Developer Network founded in February 2005 Initially focused on Search API's Why did YouTube… Continue reading Notes from the Business of APIs Conference