"What the hell," you ask, "is browser blur?" It's a new buzzword. I just made it up. You heard it here first kids.
So, what is it? Read on.
Every six weeks, the folks at Traction have a little gathering we call The Learn Phase to share ideas and provoke conversation amongst ourselves.
I've been blogging for a long time—since 1997—so I've got some ideas about how to do it well. One things for sure, it's better when you don't do it alone. Hence, my presentation, How to Avoid Masturbation in the Blogosphere. Ten tips to help you blog better. Enjoy.
Someone asked me today what "innovation" means to me. I thought it was a good question and one that's worth answering.
Glazed doughnut sandwiched between two apple fritters.
Best served on the morning after a big holiday party.
I was just playing around with the Wayback Machine and found Traction's first website from back in 2001. Thought it was funny how our original (quite flowery) vision statement still really fits much of what we believe today. Thought I'd share:
You're sick of the holidays, aren't you? Awkward holiday parties. Long lines. Commercialism? That's ok. We understand. That's why there's Grouchmas, the holiday for those who've forgotten the meaning of merry.
You've worked hard. Over delivered. Pulled long hours. Given blood. Sweat. Tears.
Yet, you still feel that your career is not secure. Why?
This infographic was published on Mashable this morning in a piece on some of the top trends on Twitter in 2010. The article delved into some of the top trending hashtags of the year, but what I find most interesting is the growth of the hashtag as a meme in and of itself.