Web 2 Voice

Voice 2.0, VOIP, Social Media

A little love for Disqus

There are days when I feel like a Fred Wilson portfolio fan boy.  I am seriously high on Twitter (their vision of what's to come, I think is impressive).  But I also love Disqus, the comment system Continue Reading

The Lazy Web makes Twitter more valuable

My favorite VC blogger, Fred Wilson has a post today "The Lazy and Smarter Web." He talks about how great social media is because you can ask almost any question, and get great answers.  I Continue Reading

A quick note on Personal Branding

I had a meeting with a smart prospect yesterday.  We had a short talk about  how our companies might work together, got to know each other, complain about the weather.  At the end of the Continue Reading

Why Voice 2.0 is tied to Social Media

epiphany (as defined by Dicitonary.com): a sudden, intuitive perception of or insight into the reality or essential meaning of something, usually initiated by some simple, homely, or commonplace Continue Reading

Why Twitter > Plurk

In the last few weeks, I've been spending a decent amount of my social networking time over at Plurk (here is my page).  My first reaction is that it is much better than Twitter for conversations Continue Reading

Twitter as a way of creating new forms of communication

One of the reasons I'm interested in Social Media is because it's using the Internet to bring people together. Humans are social animals, and the Social Media is constantly finding new ways to allow Continue Reading

Making Twitter Sticky

I read this post at How to Split an Atom, on the recent problems with Twitter and participated in a nice discussion. Twitter is a nice little service. I hesitate calling it a product, even though Continue Reading

Twitter, FriendFeed, Disqus and the lack of unity

One of the interesting things happening recently is the diffusion of conversations. When I first started using Twitter, I noticed that people were linking to their posts. Their followers would Continue Reading

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