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The Risks of Personal Blogging, IP & Ferraris: The David Adler Interview


Social Promotions, Coffee & Dancing. David Adler is a regular speaker at conference all across the country. We recently both spoke at All Facebook Expo. But, we met years ago at SES Chicago. David, to me, is one of the top notch “intellectual property, media and e-commerce” attorneys. He has a keen understanding of social media law (hence my deep interest in his work. Yes, both.

Brand Against The Machine

Twist Image

Episode #284 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Brands act like machines because brands are not people. That seems obvious enough, but John Morgan is here to explain how brands are still made up of people and how we all interact can change not only the face of marketing, but the business landscape. and more like us. Enjoy the conversation. You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes ): Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast #284. bite size edits. blogging.

Guess Who is Back on Foursquare

Ari Herzog

Citing privacy concerns and not wanting strangers to know where I was every moment I checked in to a location, I deleted my Foursquare account 14 months ago. Recalling the ensuing storm of comments my action caused in the fall of 2010, it was evident some people were passionate I made the right decision and others felt I should give the location-based application a second chance. Was the second camp right? Forrester Research recently surveyed 37,000 mobile users and in its report issued this month, a mere 2% of those users had Foursquare accounts. My past caught up with me. But, I might.

Tech blogs, they are a-changing

The Way of the Web

It’s a bit of a strange time for the digital publishing world, and tech blogs in particular, as they seem to be going through the kind of upheaval you’d be forgiven for presuming was a print monopoly. Meanwhile Guardian News and Media has announced it is selling ContentNext , the parent of PaidContent. On the gadget side, The Verge arrived, formed by the former core of Engadget. And today at some point we should see the arrival of The Kernel , the new project from Milo Yiannopolous. The only constant is change. But there’s not a tech news blog among them for various reasons.

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