In a passionate speech at the Web 2.0 summit, 4chan founder Christopher "moot" Poole says that Google and Facebook “do identity wrong,” and that people should not be tied to just one identity on the web. He doesn't really propose solutions, but he brings a lot of valuable food for thought to the table. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3Zs74IH0mc Hat-tip: Mashable.
Facebook Pages May Not Be Good For Multi-Author Sites
I am currently an administrator for a number of Facebook fan pages and have been getting increasingly frustrated with the fact that I can't reply on the page wall as myself. Anytime a fan leaves a comment, or posts something and an administrator wishes to leave a comment, there is no way to distinguish one … Continue reading Facebook Pages May Not Be Good For Multi-Author Sites
The only vanity URL that matters is yours!
Forget Facebook, forget MySpace, forget Twitter. When it comes to branding yourself, when it comes to being found online, when it comes to making your mark on the internet the only URL that really matters is your own URL. By that I mean the one that is your domain, your website or blog, your corner … Continue reading The only vanity URL that matters is yours!
Brand yourself – Don’t give away your biggest asset online!
I’ve been online for a long time. Some of you have teenage kids that weren’t even a sperm in their fathers testes when I started surfing the tubes and one thing, that admittedly took me a long time to learn, but which will always stay with me, is that YOU are your brand and your … Continue reading Brand yourself – Don’t give away your biggest asset online!