“I’m a friend of Sarah Connor. I was told she was here. Could I see her please?” – Cyberdyne Systems Series 600 Terminator The uncanny valley is a concept coined by robotics professor, Masahiro Mori, in 1970 to describe the … Continue reading
Category Archives: Social Networking
Here’s a quick tip for reducing the number of emails you get in your inbox every day… Send fewer emails. Yep, that’s it. That’s the entire secret rolled into one sentence. For every email you send out, there is a … Continue reading
I think we’ve forgotten something recently. I think we’ve forgotten how easily social networks allow us to connect with unbelievable speed and accuracy. There was a time when connecting with old high school or college friends meant contacting your reunion … Continue reading
LinkedIn has launched its application platform to function much like Facebook, but for professionals. But unlike Facebook, the a LinkedIn application will be required go pass an approval process to be included on the platform. Users will also be limited … Continue reading
Justine and I attended BarCamp Houston at the Houston Technology Center yesterday and had a great time. A big thanks to all the organizers (Marc Nathan, Kelsey Ruger, Josh Tabin, Scott Stolz). You guys made the event a smashing success … Continue reading
I recently realized that we have quite a few fans of social media here at work. So, here is a list of some Twitter users working at the Houston Chronicle. You may even find your favorite writer or editor in … Continue reading
Our content is becoming decentralized…and we love it. Most bloggers I know are tangled up in multiple social networks, photo sharing sites, messaging services, networking sites, bookmarking platforms and a plethora of addictive attention-grabbing web services. The concept of a … Continue reading
Tweetwheel is visual representation of the connectedness of your Twitter friends. How many of your Twitter followers are connected? My Tweetwheel. (may take a little time to load) Tweetwheel (via Bob Lee’s tweet)
This is my Tweet Cloud. Interesting, eh?
Video link. I’ve been using Twitter for a while now and thought this was a great explanation of exactly how the site works. Look me up on Twitter if you’re interested.