February 11, 2011

The True Importance of RSA: Networking

Many of you may know the RSA Conference is a cryptography and information security-related conference held annually in San Francisco. And of course, security geeks, special […]
February 10, 2011

Rocking Too Hard

Activision’s Guitar Hero series, which was insanely popular in living rooms, bars and some of the better retirement homes across America just a few years ago, […]
February 7, 2011

Off-Centered PR for Off-Centered People

If you’ve ever seen The Discovery Channel’s “Brew Masters,” you might have detected an aura of familiarity surrounding Sam Calagione, the show’s host and founder of […]
February 4, 2011

Can PR Help You Grow? 5 Questions to Ask to Know if You’re Ready

With the market picking back up, companies are revving up marketing. Which means they’re thinking about PR. What used to be a postpone-able expense, now feels […]
January 27, 2011

Two More Cool “Tweener” Apps: New Reasons to Sleep Less

The other night, I was hanging out in the kitchen, and there was my iPad, just sitting there, looking friendly. I should have called it a […]
January 25, 2011

Destination: To the Cloud

Spend any time in an airport and you’ll overhear some doozies in one-sided cellphone conversations. My recent favorites: “That’s one of our biggest value-adds,” “That’s an […]
January 24, 2011

Supply Chain Comes to the Rescue, Again, and Still No Respect?

This time, the supply chain will put an end to Americans’ love affair with salty snacks and sugary drinks. Yep. That’s right. Thanks to its supply […]
January 24, 2011

Qwiki – Hype? Or Hope?

If you read TechCrunch or care about what Google is trending, you already know about it. I’m not one for the mega-hype that tends to surround […]
January 6, 2011

A Twitter Fail Tale

On the Internet nobody knows if you’re a dog and on Twitter nobody cares if you’re an anchorman – or a famous movie producer. Just ask […]