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Bryan Zug's blog on interactive development and the art of thriving in a world of change.

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Twittering more, blogging less

Thu, 28 Aug 2008 17:04:20 +0000

Just wanted to note that I have been twittering more and blogging less this year. Microblogging is more casual and offers the least resistance for jotting my thoughts as I go. You can follow my flow at —

Participatory Narcissism and why Counting Crows has sucked since back in the day

Sat, 22 Mar 2008 15:24:41 +0000

So I finally got Mars Edit working again with my wordpress install (upgrading wp did the trick) and am getting back in the flow of posting as I come across interesting things. One of my favorite bloggers, Jeff Atwood at Coding Horror quotes Maciej Cegłowski’s notion of Participatory Narcissism concerning a recent post by Paul […]

Installing WordPress via Dreamhost (Screencast)

Mon, 09 Oct 2006 08:28:26 +0000

Here’s the flash video version of my screencast on installing WordPress via Dreamhost. Enjoy!

Blog or Project Log: Selling disruptive tools on the inside

Thu, 24 Aug 2006 14:01:57 +0000

Jay Cross has a great post this AM about the need to find compelling language that can drive experimentation and adoption of blog, podcast, and wiki types of tools inside of organizations –– It’s time for us to come up with a vocabulary that’s not an obstacle to installing learning technology. Take the word blog. […]

Chris Pirillo says TechMeme has been hacked

Fri, 30 Jun 2006 17:05:15 +0000

Chris Pirillo says TechMeme has been hacked. Who knew?

Interviewed on blogs and podcasting in the corporate environment

Wed, 14 Jun 2006 13:39:03 +0000

Caught up with Stuart Maxwell of the Seattle Podcasting Network (SPN) a few weeks ago at the Seattle TechCrunch party. We talked about the challenges of using blogs, podcasting and new media tools in the corporate environment — great chat. I cover some of the ins and outs of spreading the vision for these types […]

Leak 2.0: Origami Was Staged

Tue, 28 Feb 2006 16:03:09 +0000

Microsoft’s Origami leak last weekend was staged. What – you think its dominating the tech blogosphere a few days before a mysterious Steve Jobs announcement is coincidence? Guess again, newbie. And the ‘old’ demo video that just ‘happened’ to be out there a marketing agency web portfolio and has since ‘disappeared’ but is all over […]

Naked and a Ditch

Tue, 24 Jan 2006 12:57:16 +0000

Had a great time on Saturday night at the Seattle release party for ‘Naked Conversations’, the new book on business blogging by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. Does buying four copies to give away to friends make me a fanboy? When just about everyone else is carrying one copy around, probably so — but I […]

One Hand Raised in Favor of Openness

Thu, 29 Sep 2005 15:05:11 +0000

Met Scoble in this webinar on tech blogging for business the other day. Big takeaway for me was ‘The Corporate Weblog Manifesto’ he pointed to that he posted back in February 2003. It really serves as a definitive scope document for the revolution he has helped lead – the one that’s changing the very nature […]

Default Chic

Tue, 27 Sep 2005 19:16:20 +0000

Obviously haven’t gotten around to changing the default template in WordPress for this blog – which got me to thinking about how many tech blogs I see around that just have one of the default blog templates installed. I’m calling it “default chic”. It really is a cooler than you fashion statement (ha ha ha) […]