“Do You MySpace?”

Note that the story here isn’t about MySpace. It’s about how a something moves from the underground to the mainstream – without mass media’s help. It’s a great example of the “Tipping Point” in action. New York Times: Do You MySpace?: …Created in the fall of 2003 as a looser, music-driven version of www.friendster.com, MySpace […]

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August Philly Bloggers Meetup was terrific

This month’s meetup was great. We had real turnout and I was a little awestruck at the chance to meet so many great folks I have known online. The regional meetup has grown steadily and now I hope we’ve finally reached our tipping point – where folks will realize we’re not such a scary group […]

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Thank you Pat and Fred (oh and Ann – you do wonders for our country’s unity!)

I’ve been trying to tune this out, but can’t since the media isn’t going after this with appropriate gusto. I just have a few things to say to Pat and Fred… Thank you Pat for making it so easy for me to continue to look like a hypocrite for being a Christian and an American. […]

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MySpace Lack of Design a Plus?

Great article by Paul Scrivens that shares, what I feel, is the secret to MySpace’s success: MySpace is a community site that allows you to setup a profile and blog and connect with friends and strangers. It’s also a designer’s and lover of design’s worst nightmare because the UI of the site is atrocious yet […]

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