Jason Jacobson at the Chicagoland Entreprenuership Center invited me to see a presentation on Microsite’s this morning by Bill Hanekamp. I left the conversation believing that microsites are an underutilized tool that help enable potentially viral and social media content. They are underutilized most in the B2B world where you do some interesting things to [...]
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I listened to some great Podtech shows this morning by Jennifer Jones and Kamla Bhatt. There is no email contact information for either person on the site at this time. Especially considering Jennifer Jones runs one of the verticals on the top of the site this is surprising as I’d like to reach out to [...]
Robert Scoble’s political journey with John Edwards recently bought back memories of when I once worked on a Presidential primary campaign in 1992. It’s hard and one of the most tiring things you could ever volunteer to be a part of! Regardless of your political beliefs (I’m generally a politically interested independent issues driven voter), [...]
On Monday, January 1, 2007, there was some kind of problem that classified any comment I made on a WordPress blog (Techcrunch, Scoble, my own blog – David Dalka – Chicago GSB, etc) as spam. Yikes! The problem seems to be fixed as of this morning but it’s disturbing to me as it’s obviously happened [...]
On October 9th, I wrote this about Kathy Sierra’s “Knocking the Exuberance Out of Employees”. It’s a great post and it relates to a lot of problems in the business world in terms of having innovative customer service. Let’s hope her post prompted some people to realize that operating in this manner is a mistake. [...]
Karl Long has a great post on this where he encourages others to chime in on this issue. Follow his links. If you are pressed for time, Jeremiah Owyang has a nice summary of the blogoshere reaction. I think the issue of leadership that is able to constantly adapt to change is going to get [...]
I first met Andy McKee at an acoustic music festival in Kansas in 2003. He is among several awesome fingerstyle guitar players including Tommy Emmanuel (see my Tommy Emmanuel interview), Neil Jacobs, Brian Henke, Peppino D’Agostino and others that don’t get mass media exposure. For several years these great players have labored with little or [...]
Techcrunch is reporting that Digg will add podcasting and other new features today on it’s 2nd birthday. Happy Birthday Digg! My only concern is that since podcasting has a higher rate of “user-generated” content, wouldn’t this category be more susceptible to gaming?
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