Logo designs don’t come cheap. Unless you use Fiverr wisely – here’s how.
It’s a shame – Google in the copyright game. At least 6 very popular blogspot-hosted music weblogs have been shut down: they call it musicblogocide 2010.
Silicon Alley Insiders reports a drastic decrease in Google Wave usage – is it just a temporary failure or does nobody actually need Google’s new service?
formspring is the name of the latest q+a game in social media: think twitter, but without the 140-char-limit. formspring.me is all about qeustions and answers and everybody just seems to love it, so I put together a background template for your branding pleasure.
My up-shot of the second day of World Blogging Forum 2009 – including a lot of personal opinion plus a couple of pics and videos.
The main topics of day one were political activism, citizen journalism and civil society – the sessions were extremely intense and enthralling – here’s a short summary of the keynotes.
Ladies and Gentlement, the World Blogging Forum 2009 has just started!
I’ve been invited to join the World Blogging Forum 2009 in Bucharest as a VIP guest – and I’m really looking forward to meeting incredible web geeks from 30 countries. Heading for Romania next week and of course I’ll report about the event, here’s a short preview of the guest list and the topics.
There are subtle differences in national markets, but with China, the differences aren’t that subtle at all: Juergen Hoebarth published an interesting whitepaper for start-ups with an eye on Asia.
Much ado about facebook, plenty of twitter clients reviewed: it’s been a busy week in social media land – again!
Welcome to the weekly blog round-up – a lot has happened during the last seven days. Everybody was talking about Google Wave, and Loic Le Meur announced that Seesmic will soon release a browser-based version of their client.