Monthly Archive:: November 2008

26 Nov 2008

Should I Build a Social Network?

Social networking sites have really generated a lot of buzz over the past year or so.  There are always new social networking sites popping up on a regular basis.  The question is should I build a social
8 Nov 2008

Blogs Aren’t Wine & Cheese

I’m not a connoisseur in wine and cheese, but I do know that the older the wine and the older the cheese, the better they both are.  Some things are better the older they get – like
7 Nov 2008

Social Media Killed The Business Card

Do you have a pile of business cards like this? Do you have a business card holder? I do, that’s where I put all my business cards that I got over the years. I don’t even know
6 Nov 2008

Web Strategy… Where Do I Start?

I’m new in a role as Web Services Manager at a college in Alberta.  In my role and there is a lot of expectations and realizations that the College website is going to help the declining enrolment
6 Nov 2008

Social Media is NOT…

Social Media is NOT about the technology, but rather the relationships that are formed. Last night, while I was trying to fall asleep at 3am, I had an epiphany.  I am attending the Stamats Integrated Marketing: Technology,
5 Nov 2008

Bookmarking That’s Delicious

My Bookmarking Woes! Bookmarking websites has been a practice as old as browsers themselves.  It’s a great way to remember those interesting, useful or fun websites that you frequent.  Being online at work and at home, I
5 Nov 2008

Web 2.0 – A Visual Explanation

I found this movie on YouTube from Michael Wesch, an Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University. I thought it provided a great visual explanation of Web 2.0 and the evolution of the Web.