Generally, when I attend conferences, I learn nothing new. Part of this is me being a seasoned professional nearing 25 years in digital, part is the enormous number of books I read, and part is due to me being a conference speaker as well. I’ve been fortunate enough to see so many other speakers that I usually know what they will talk about.
Google+ has an innate advantage over Facebook in its use of Circles. Far too many writers are viewing this as a bad thing, it being anti-social, leading to cliques, etc. I do not hold to this view. Circles allow for one thing Facebook is notoriously poor at: the hyper-targeting of content. If I have a […]
I love Gmail. Love it, love it, love it. However, despite its amazing internal search capabilities, it’s still sometimes hard to find important email. I’ve been on Gmail since the beta first launched (thanks to my old friend Kevin Fox). As a former Information Architect, I loved the labeling feature and have experimented with labeling […]