December 22, 2009

Week of Tweets #4

This will probably be the last Week of Tweets this year as I won’t be tweeting much during the holidays. So let’s start with…


An omnivorous Google is coming. Interview with Marissa Meyer on the Telegraph UK –

  • Reading how Google sees the future of search is a little scary and exciting at the same time. Definitely worth reading.

It’s a time for giving! RT @oliviarz: get @sethgodin‘s new free ebook “what matters now”

  • Seth Godin writes a lot. Maybe too much. But this free download is one of the best articles he’s put together in a while.

Brilliant RT @mrdoob: Massive blog post: Making of Starbucks Love Project –

  • You may not have heard of Mr Doob but he is one of the most amazing Flash developers around. His blog post on his recent work for Starbucks is great reading.


Now this looks interesting – Exclusive: Ex-MySpace Execs Launch Gravity Into Private Beta.

  • After the hype and come down of Google Wave it’s interesting to see something that shows a lot more potential.

Put a smile on your face… RT @Steffan1: Comic genius from Goodby (thank you Adrants)

  • Nice to see an agency poke fun at itself 🙂

Good read RT @simonmainwaring: RT @ConversationAge“Marketing in 2010” Great post.

  • Some things to think about for the year ahead…

Bravo RT @brainpicker: The Decade in Culture – my latest piece for @GOOD. A ton of work to write, but also a ton of fun.

  • Let’s end on this one. Has it been a good decade or one to forget? You decide.
May 19, 2009

Lead your own tribe

TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. Since 1984 this conference has brought together people from those three worlds. Since then its scope has become ever broader. If you don’t know it already you should check out some of the videos where well-known speakers inspire and challenge our thinking. In this video “Seth Godin (pictured) argues that the Internet has ended mass marketing and revived a human social unit from the distant past: tribes. Founded on shared ideas and values, tribes give ordinary people the power to lead and make big change. He urges us to do so”. 

Check it out >