...and everything is right in my 'Personal News Aggregation' universe. For about a week, I was having problems syncing my accounts on feedly and Google Reader and it was really frustrating -- especially since it has always worked so well in the past. As you can see, however, my desktop version... ...is the same as … Continue reading Feedly mobile is fixed!
Me? I'm both but although I'm an ex-Apple employee I clearly prefer Windows over Mac at this point. Here's an interesting infographic that highlights the demographics...
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"Can you pick me up at my place in 15 minutes? Text me when you get here." No, this isn't a text message to a friend or a call to a car service—it's a direct message sent through Twitter to a driver of a Chicago cab. Rashid Temuri, who goes by "Chicago Cabbie" online (@ChicagoCabbie … Continue reading Old services meet new media: a tweeting cabbie’s growing business
Blogging? ProBlogger has an interesting perspective on monetizing your blog... It has been a year now since an eventful day when I was browsing the Internet and clicked on an advertisement that seemed an obvious scam: Get 90% off a new iPad. “Yeah, right,” I thought. But I wanted to check it out anyway since … Continue reading From $0 to $1000 on a Blogspot Blog
The way you do email may be changing... Many of the tasks we’ve traditionally undertaken have been moving over to mobile over the past few years thanks to devices like the iPhone that have shifted our expectations. Email usage is one of those tasks, with email marketing company Campaign Monitor revealing some interesting patterns from … Continue reading Users abandoning desktop email clients for mobile, study reports
Image via CrunchBase Ponder this...At CES, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo revealed that 40% of all tweets come from mobile devices, demonstrating mobile’s increasing importance to the social media company. On stage at the AllThingsD event at CES, Costolo bantered with Kara Swisher about why Twitter is at CES, its plans to become simpler and more … Continue reading 40% of All Tweets Come From Mobile