In ’99 when kenmorico.com first launched in my college dorm, ‘Net surfers found my site from about 10 large and popular search engines. Contrast that with Google’s 85% market share today. In ’99 search engines were unique and fun to use– edgy even. What happened?
I went to Denver for the first time in late 2011 and it was everything I expected: beautiful landscapes with inner-city counter-culture edginess. Armed with my Canon T2i and Canon Powershot SD790IS, I took to the streets and hills.
Growing up in New Haven, Connecticut, there were so many great pizza restaurants around. At the time, I didn’t realize how special they really were, and how difficult it is to create a great pizza. The secret, I found out, is in the spicy sauce and thin crust.
Armed with an iPhone and Twitter, I had the tools to bring Kerouac’s true vision of improvisational storytelling to life – in real time.
The first iPad is great for eBook reading, but nothing more. Podcasters can rejoice it’s yet another device that plays podcasts, but the audience for the device appears small.
On August 12th, 2009 the Los Angeles Times became a newspaper again. They did something I always thought should happen for years – make a news site that looks like an easy-to-read print newspaper.
First impressions using Twitter – how it’s different than Facebook status, and why it appeals to the voyeur in all of us.
Times have changed, and so has the way recruiters have been getting resumes. Job search sites cost lots of money for recruiters and companies. When companies cut costs, search memberships get kicked. How can you adapt your resume for the new way recruiters will find you?
The shift to online news, that has been in process in the past decade, will continue. The layoffs are evidence that the shift continues.