Content strategy. Content marketing. SEO. Blogging. Voice and tone. What do all of these eMarketing techniques have in common? They all rely on well-produced written content. In that case, a tool that helps create more and better content would be pretty useful, right? Well, it exists, and it costs [...]
Sometimes you need to give up the applications you love to use, especially if you are the only one left using it. I am sorry to say, Gowalla it’s you. We’re breaking up.
We often carry extra apps on our smart phones/tablets that don’t get used that often. Some are for productivity, some for fun and [...]
On Wednesday Facebook officially announced that their wildly anticipated location based feature, Facebook Places was up and ready for business. Two days later it has slowly began trickling into Canada, it seems to be available sporadically throughout the country. As always with every Facebook announcement there has been an out poor of questions, blog posts, [...]
I have officially replaced my iphone camera app. No it isnt with some full featured ultra camera app, its with a low-fi solution. Hipstamatic is a camera app that emulates the “film” effect. Users can use different lenses, flashes, and film types to re-create the very popular toy camera film photography. Instead of further explaining [...]
Check out my review of Twitter for iPhone, the official Twitter app for iPhone. It is an impressive update, making it the best Twitter app on any platform. User interface has played a key roll in this new version of Twitter. Have a read, and let me know if you agree.
Reel Director is one of the first full iphone based editing applications that I have found.
This application allows you to import, edit, render, and upload video. Clips can simply be imported from the photo library and placed in the timeline. Once in the timeline it is super simple to trim these clips and add transitions.
Once satisfied [...]
Last week, Google announced the launch of Google Sidewiki, a tool that allows visitors to post comments in a sidebar on any website.
That’s right, even your site – a private site, a blog, or a public page from a government site – will display visitor comments in a side bar, provided users download and install the Google Toolbar with Sidewiki.
You would think that when your business is growing life would be all rainbows and lollipops. Bigger projects, bigger clients, more money….seems like a pretty simple formula. Cash the cheques, stock the fridge, take long weekends…..
Sadly, that is a growth that I have never known. Business growth to me means longer hours, more risk and [...]