Breakfast – Wireless and Wifi and The future of communications Sree starts the panel with nice overview Laura – research on wifi use- Cities and public spaces and homes are rapidly being overlaid with a wireless ‘blanket’ of wifi, rfid, Bluetooth, etc. Ubiquity- anytime, anywhere as a tag line. “Freedom is the purpose.” Research indicates […]
If you’re interested in Social Media, here’s the must reads from Friday on the web. 1. Geoff Livingston, Co-Author of Now is Gone (on my reading list) holds forth on “Vapor Gurus,” people who put forth theories and ideas with nothing to back them up: More than ever vapor gurus stress the need to deliver […]
I’m proud to have contributed to the Social Media Club blog this year and Virtual Hosting Blog has picked it as one of the Top 100 Social Media and Social Networking Blogs for 2007.
In case you were too busy preparing Turkey last week, I’ll give a basic review of the issue. Facebook’s Beacon program (already questioned as a possible “Privacy Nightmare” by GigaOm) lets users share their own data about what they like and dislike with other facebook users. An example might be Fandango or other movie service […]
I’ve got a new blogging gig. I’ll be updating information about the latest conferences in the Social Media field, as well as aggregating news and reviews from these conferences and the world of Social Media in general. You can find the latest info at the Social Media – News Hub and I hope you’ll visit […]