Chris Anderson, erstwhile editor of Wired magazine, member of the technological elite and author recounts a story about early 80’s hair, a battle of bands, and how he was nearly in REM. Fantastic, I’d have loved to be there. Funnily enough just the other day I dug out my copy of Green by REM (disclaimer,… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Web world
Yes, sure. As the good people on Andy Budds website have made clear, some clients are just clueless. That goes for managers, too. If you want to feel my pain, just read that list. My three things: 1) There is no substitute for good content (and no, I won’t ‘just make something up’) 2) There… Read more »
Here's something fantastic: the Tour de France in Google Earth. Go to letour.fr and follow the links. The Tour is also going through my parents village!
Thought for the day: the web is primarily about people communicating. The technology really doesn't matter that much.
So, how about this: a web 2.0 application called Believr. People could go on there and share what they believe – about anything! What flavour ice cream is the best; what faith they adhere to; why PHP is king; whether mustard or ketchup is best on hotdogs. It doesn’t matter, as long as you believe… Read more »