Facebook has recently launched a new instant chat feature allowing users to chat with each other in real time. When you log on, there's an interface at the bottom right hand corner of the browser.
Twitter, is basically a micro-messaging system that asks users to describe what they are doing in 140 characters or less, and then sends that message out to that person's network of subscribed friends.
I was forwarded an interesting article today written by the New York Times, entitled "In Web World of 24/7 Stress, Writers Blog Till They Drop." The article begins by comparing piece-bloggers, those who are compensated by the number of blog posts
Greetings from Miami! I was in town attending the 2008 Accenture Global Convergence Forum in Miami to speak on a panel about Gen Y and the imminent talent crisis. We focused about how our generation watches less tv and spend more time
A few months ago a friend of mine sent me a link to funny blog called Stuff White People Like. It's a site that pokes fun at the stereotypes commonly associated with white people. I was surprised to see it
(Transparency Disclaimer: Don Tapscott is a client of mine, but I received this Press Release as a coincidence!) I just got a cool press release from a contact at Cisco for a 60min Webcast happening today at 1pm EST: You can
For those of you who watch the Jimmy Kimmel show, you know that the host has a long time gag with actor Matt Damon, where at the end of each show, Kimmel apologizes for not having enough time to interview
My good friend Eli Singer is doing some amazing work for SickKids hospital with his team at Segal Communications. The annual SickKids radiothon is the world's largest of it's kind. In partnership with Astral Media, three radio stations Newstalk 1010 CFRB,
The Issue: When traveling abroad, data costs and roaming charges can be hugely painful. If you're like me, you'd like a phone, but don't necessarily need access to email. During a particularly busy period, I called Rogers and asked them if
About the Panel: Finding great people has never been easy but it's become increasingly difficult and it's poised to get worse. Student enrollment is declining, wages are sky high and executive level talent is tough to find. Today's panel is moderated by