Posts Tagged ‘web


Posted on: January 28, 2009

A few weeks ago I discovered one of the videos R/GA created for their textual harrasment campaign and absolutely loved it. 

This week I discovered the campaigns website, ThatsNotCool and it is equally as entertaining and awesome.  I really hope the target demographic doesn’t find this site as hilarious and ineffective as I do becauuse youngins should really stop sending naked pictures of themselves. Not sure how they’re supporting this site and drive traffic, but I checked all the free web analytics sites I know and none of them even register Anyone out there know what other efforts are going into this campaign? 


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Posted on: September 18, 2008

I totally and completely agree with this article from imedia connection. Sums up exactly what I hate the most about ad networks and general website vendors. 

Read the 10 Complaints About Ad Networks (from the media buyer perspective) here

#4 and #5 are expecially annoying to me.

My favorites from TechCrunch50 2008:

OtherInbox– the only beta I signed up for on day one. Great concept, super useful.

Tonchidot– by far the best presentation “Join us’ sometimes the language barrier plays in your favor. Watch the video of their presentation- its awesome…product seems pretty sweet too.

Swype– I remember Kevin Rose mentioning this on an episode of Diggnation (or maybe I’m making that up). Coolest application, I want it and I want it now.

If I was a musicain I would want BoJam. Open source music in an online wiki.

Atmosphir is one of the cooler concepts and a really original concept.

This is like a high tech Clueless closet- Closet Couture although I’m not sure I would actually use it.

Unfortunately, I missed a lot of the presentations due to streaming this at work and actually having work to do instead of devoting my full attention to the ustream.

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Today is the first day of teh TechChrunch50 Conference 2008. Its the place where up and coming start-up companies have a chance to launch their companies in front of the industry superstars in Silicon Valley’s tech industry. TechChrunch is giving 50 small companies the opportunity to present and demo their web company to some of the biggest venture capitalist. 

As I’ll be at work in San Diego, I’m just going to have to sneak in some UStream Coverage of the event.

Thankfully I finished Sarah Lacy’s Once You’re Lucky, Twice You’re Good over the weekend so I’ll recognize the industries most influential and understand how VC works.

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Posted on: September 5, 2008

I love this site by It allows helps you initiate an intervention for your web obsessed friends.



Posted on: September 4, 2008

I spent yesterday afternoon testing out Chrome and have started my brief review. If you are currently working off of Firefox the differences are subtle; if you’re still on IE then it’ll be a big update for you. 

What I like: 

1) Pop-up blocker lets you easily retrieve pop-ups without having to go into your settings to allow pop-ups for the page and then reload. 

2) Start screen is a snapshot of my most frequently visited pages, which I love! 

3) Streamlined look condensed tool bar with the same bookmarking feature of Firefox. 

4) Search Bar is really similar to the Firefox Awesome bar which is one of my favorite features of Firefox. 

What still needs to be improved: 

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Posted on: September 2, 2008

Ok so not an invite for the Beta testing….I just downloaded the broswer. You can download it here and read more about it here and here.

I’m testing it and will let you know what I think 🙂

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