Jeff Jarvis & Jaiku’s Founder discuss Google Buzz

Jyri Engeström, the founder of Jaiku, is a brilliant thinker who has the best thoughts on Buzz that I've heard to date. Jarvis adds a bit to the conversation, but

Google Buzz Ain't So Bad

5 Reasons Google Buzz Is Not As Bad As Everyone Thinks

I’m noticing a trend — many (most?) of the people moaning about Google Buzz have not actually created a product of their own and put it out there. Five thoughts…

Deconstruction instead of brainstorming

Brainstorming is taught as the primary tool for creative thinking. The problem is it doesn’t work. Don’t get me wrong. There are some who do it well. IDEO is legendary

Where Kevin Rose’s idea for Digg was born

via Just saw this on Bryson Moore’s blog, and think it is a great photo for a three reasons: 1. It shows the power of thinking visually. 2. It

The Google Ad

Image via CrunchBase I have not read any of the commentary about the Google ad yet, and for a reason. I wanted to get down my opinions of it untainted

Comcast Launches XFINITY

via Hmmm…we never like these changes, and it’s always easy to take a cheap shot at rebrands. I’m remembering back to Anderson Consulting’s shift to Accenture and how hated

Demoted to Gold

Image via Wikipedia American Airlines demoted me to Gold. I got a very nice pre-printed letter in the mail informing me that I did not qualify for Platinum status any

Communication Architecture, Pt. 3

Part 3 on the Comm. Arch. model that I’ve been developing and using with clients. The reason I’ve been working on this is to try and develop a strategic dashboard

Communication Architecture, Pt. 2

This model is a tool, but it is not a perfect one. For starters, I don’t like the name of it. And not just because it is too long and

Sawhorse Media

One of the “Professional Digital Curators” pointed out by @SteveRubel. As content continues to proliferate, we are going to need people (that we trust) sorting and sifting through all of