On Facebook, Shel Israel, one of the leading thinkers on how digital affects the way we live, work, and play put forward the following question regarding what 2018 holds for augmented reality: What is your assessment of how AR changed in 2017? What is your prediction for AR and business in 2018? I thought about this … Continue reading My take on AR/VR for 2018. I need to know this because my startup depends on it.
About.me is “in” for 2014…and thanks Leigh Anne!!
I'm digging this sudden upsurge of traffic I'm getting on my about.me page. I have no idea how or why it's happening but apparently it is. About.me is a pretty cool idea. It allows people to create one page personal profile sites that (at least should) feature a large photograph along with a bio and … Continue reading About.me is “in” for 2014…and thanks Leigh Anne!!
What Jeff Bezos now faces owning the Washington Post
So Jeff Bezos is buying the Washington Post. That’s a big deal. Literally. A big deal for big media, for the digital economy, for news delivery, for all of us. No one knows where this will go. I’m predicting that Bezos will struggle. He’ll initially be embraced by the Washington glitterati as he’ll be seen … Continue reading What Jeff Bezos now faces owning the Washington Post
InterActivate: It’s Time
This week I (finally) launched my business. InterActivate. InterActivate is a digital marketing communications agency designed to help regional and local that offers comprehensive and customized marketing and engagement plans for small and mid-sized businesses to help them thrive in the digital age. It's also time to re-launch the business blog, Digital Street Journal. It's time … Continue reading InterActivate: It’s Time
Gingrich, janitors, the 1%, and you and me
First of all, do yourself a favor and watch this movie: http://www.philosopherkingsmovie.com/ The defining moment during this Republican presidential primary season came for me when Newt Gingrich suggested that school systems get rid of most of their janitors in order to hire students. It wasn't just what he said, it was the subsequent response and lack … Continue reading Gingrich, janitors, the 1%, and you and me
It's a new year and a time for new opportunities. That's the challenge in life. Recognizing that life itself is an opportunity. Nothing is guaranteed. Luck can play a role. But the most important thing is to get up and try to accomplish something. Each and every day. Set goals. Make adjustments in your life … Continue reading Welcome 2010
A new, healthy client
I recently got a new client who's starting a new business of his own. He's a top caterer in a major city, but he's changing gears. His name is Greg and he's strong environmentalist. So, he's now establishing a consultancy to help anything from restaurants and other caterers all the way up to large entities … Continue reading A new, healthy client