Pay Me. And Maybe I'll Let You Spam Me.

Imagine if you could charge each spammer for violating your email box or interuppting your dinner. An IBM researcher proposes exactly this. Free market baby. Something like this needs to happen[ … ]

McDonald's Is On Fire.

Thanks to my brother Jonathan for pointing me to this exclusive story on Salon.com. If you didn’t have a chance to read my earlier blog on the fall of McDonald’s, take a moment and do it[ … ]

McDonald's Is On Fire.

Thanks to my brother Jonathan for pointing me to this exclusive story on Salon.com. If you didn’t have a chance to read my earlier blog on the fall of McDonald’s, take a moment and do it[ … ]

Blogtime. Reward or Curse?

In response to my “why blog?” I’ve received plenty of insight and comments. Thanks all of you. My good friend and ex-Wirestone creative director (might I add musician extrodinaire)[ … ]

Why Blog?

Grumpy Girl and Ant are at it again. We’ve watched them diablog about the definition of a blog, today they’re asking bigger questions such as Why Blog? Funny, I’ve had many people[ … ]

Holiday Catalog Waste: Week II

Dateline: December 2, 2002 Catalogs Received: 53 since November 17, 2002 Worst Offender: Williams & Sonoma (5 catalogs) As reported in my earlier post, I am counting down the days and catalogs[ … ]

Gender Bender. Blog Hogs?

Liz points to an interesting article in The New York Times that addresses both the gender gap and the gender opportunity in Blogdom. Nice follow up read after Halley's girlie power observations[ … ]

Blogging in the Future.

Halley has an interesting post that aggregates much of the talk about what's a blog. I've blogged on the topic a bit. What I think is interesting is Halley's comment about the coming[ … ]

Moblogging. Taking the Blog Mobile

Joi Ito points to a fascinating article on The Mobile Internet. Where Justin Hall speculates on the future implications of blogging from a variety of mobile devices. I'm particularly fascinated[ … ]