The Decapitator Documents His Craft

You may remember The Decapitator from one of my heh lists — that’s the person who defaces advertisements in the UK to look like decapitations. After reading about him(or her, just him for convention) previously I added him as a contact on Flickr. Today he published a photo with a link under it, and that […]

Social Media Round-Up

My Macbook Pro Now Kind Of A Big Deal In Savannah – BlogSavannah 08 got a nice write-up in the Savannah Morning News, including a big fancy photo of my laptop with my Product Blog slides loaded up on it. What Happens When You Publish A Blog Entry – Wired writer Frank Rose and Matthew […]

Quick Stop At BlogSavannah

I’m headed to Savannah to participate in tomorrow’s BlogSavannah ’08. I’ll be co-leading a session along with Marjorie Young of Carriage Trade PR, and as with most unconference discussions the topic will depend to a large extent on where the interest in the room lies. I’ve been revisiting my presentation from BarCamp Atlanta on How […]

Friday Heh List

If next time we meet I inquire as to the whereabouts of your curly mustache, I’m simply suggesting that you are awfully Pringles. To wit: [not safe for work if your workplace frowns on a few f-bombs] (Update:)…and the rest of the weekly heh’s, this week delivered in the style of the Hammacher Schlemmer catalog: […]

Unsolicited Advice For Industry Leaders

Don’t let the train of knowledge pull away without getting on board. From my copy of Bulletin Boards For All Occasions, by Margaret B. Randall, 1966 I publish this in reference to a knot of recent conversation reflecting on the habits of the Leaderboard types in the technology writing community. I say “writing” not “blogging” […]

Introducing webChattr

Just born: a simple, embeddable chat service engineered to work as well on an iPhone as it does on regular web browsers. It’s Chris’ baby, and it’s called webChattr. Feel free to grab it for use on your blog or web site, or just go to http://webchattr.com/go/thelounge to say hello right now in real-time. In […]

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