Archive for the ‘content’ category

MINE! MINE! MINE! (And other wrong answers to wrong questions about Shyftr and the way things work)

April 12, 2008


WallStrip, WebbAlert And The Problem With Content

August 20, 2007

As anyone who was involved in the creating of the successful videoblog Wallstrip can tell you I was wrong about everything.

I hated the concept when Howard told it to me. (“jokes? about money?“)

I disagreed with Adam Elend and Jeff Marks writing it. (“You want some pinko-socialists who’s claim to fame was a video about a dude on death row to write comedy?”)

And I thought the host, Lindsay Campbell, was wrong. (“The chick knows nothing about stocks, how can she be authentic.“)

Of course I was wrong about everything which gives me the confidence I need to look at another high-profile video show new to the web.



The Death Of Content

August 21, 2006

In case you didn’t get the memo

Content is dead.



[best of weekend] How To Make Your Blog Network STAND OUT in the crowd

June 3, 2006

flower girl

Everyday some kid is upstairs in his room writing a hit record. But you never hear it.

There are suddenly lot of blog networks popping up. Folks working in their rooms making potentially hit sites.

But how many can you actually name?

The art of getting heard/read/seen above the din of your Rice Crispies is tough.

But let me show you how to do it. Step by step.