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I’m joining Lilipip as Director of Business Development

Mon, 03 Aug 2009 13:00:13 +0000

Most of the web sites I’ve worked on over the last 13 years face a small set of common challenges – How do you get the attention of an audience already fatigued with information overload? If you do manage to grab attention, how do you compellingly connect people with your product, service, or concept? Finally, […]



Video: Scott Berkun on “Why Your Presentation Sucks (and what to do about it)”

Mon, 13 Apr 2009 13:59:32 +0000

The best presentation I saw at Presentation Camp Seattle a couple of weeks ago over at UW was Scott Berkun‘s “Why Your Presentation Sucks (and what to do about it). Was able to grab some nice video of it — here’s parts 1, 2, & 3. Enjoy! Why Your Presentation Sucks (and what to do […]



Fostering Cross Tribal Community in Seattle (parts 1 & 2) – Mind Camp 5

Mon, 13 Apr 2009 00:16:27 +0000

Here’s video I produced of a great discussion my pal Brian Dorsey facilitated on “Fostering Cross Tribal Community in Seattle” at Mind Camp 5 on November 22, 2008. We were gathered at Synapse Product Development in downtown Seattle (an incredible location). I’ve embedded parts 1 & 2 below. Fostering Cross Tribal Community in Seattle (part […]



Build around Facebook because their friends have liked X

Mon, 23 Mar 2009 22:24:41 +0000

Scoble had a great article on Saturday describing how Facebook is positioned to serve higher quality information to people and, in doing so, why it will continue to grow into the center of attention for the majority of web users (and a target for effective marketing). He offers this foodie example — You pull out […]



Attencion! Camp — Starbuck vs. Samwise in a Fight (and what does that have to do with the Attention Economy?)

Fri, 27 Feb 2009 19:32:21 +0000

As I’m getting around to documenting some of the fun things I’ve gotten to do over the last year, this one was quite the blast. I updated my (Geek Fight * Attention Economy) talk with a new character — this time a woman who kicks serious ass. At the very first BarCamp Seattle last June, […]



10 Best Intranets of 2008

Thu, 10 Jan 2008 16:44:14 +0000

Had coffee with Drupal aficionado Gregory Heller over at Top Pot in downtown Seattle on Tuesday and he pointed me to Jakob Neilson’s new article on the 10 Best Intranets of 2008. Design seemed to figure directly into business results. Here’s a short money quote — The productivity gains from polishing the user experience are […]



Fake Steve Jobs is Dead, Long Live Fake Steve Jobs

Mon, 06 Aug 2007 14:48:36 +0000

My favorite anonymous blogger of all time has been unmasked. Yesterday the New York Times revealed that Fake Steve Jobs, author of the witty and sarcastically insightful Secret Diary of Steve Jobs, is actually Daniel Lyons, a senior editor at Forbes magazine. Scoble points to a cool insight from Scott Karp over at Publishing 2.0 […]



Mike Wesch discussing “Web 2.0… The Machine is Us/ing Us” video at Web2Open 4:00

Tue, 17 Apr 2007 20:09:41 +0000

So when I saw this video, I just about peed my pants. It’s a Ken Burn’s-esque animated screenshot/text/typography video that tells the story of the web up to today. Just found out that the guy who made it, Michael Wesch, will be discussing the video at the Web 2.0 Expo today today at 4:00 pm. […]



Barr on Twitter Pitches

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 15:31:13 +0000

Jeff Barr has an interesting post from the other day on Twitter Pitches Earlier today I coined the phrase TwitterPitching to describe the act of encapsulating an entire business plan within the 140 character limit of a Twitter post. Nice ‘trim the fat’ communication exercise in an age where attention is the scarce asset.