Category Archives: I heard it on a podcast

AP proves: Lawyers are not long-term business strategists

Associated Press (AP) has send DMCA notices to The Drudge Retort for quoting too much from one if it’s articles and then linking to one of it’s paying customer’s website (more at Techdirt). This, of course, interferes with the APs … Continue reading

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Using Social Media to Market Music

My colleague at Heavybag Media, Jackie Peters has a post about the great opportunities record labels have in using social media as a marketing strategy. The challenges they are facing: they must switch from selling music in physical packages to … Continue reading

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How Open Source and Social Media are going to Eat SEOs’ Lunches

(Sphinn this) Search engines react to behavior of its users and site owners. Search engines measures these behaviors to deliver value to each, but ultimately to serve the search engines’ best interests. At first, search engines used what they could … Continue reading

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How I discovered most of the books I have read for the past year and a half

I started reading blogs and listening to podcasts around February 2005. I started blogging myself around August 2005. I started buying books like crazy about a year and a couple months after that, starting in 2006. (However, my first Audible.com … Continue reading

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Beth Noveck’s Patent Reform Proposal will be put to work

I remember hearing Beth Noveck‘s talk on IT Conversations from Accelerating Change 2005 Conference (originally featured on ITC in June 2006) thinking that her ideas for a peer-reviewed patent system for the U.S. would be great, but that it was … Continue reading

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Business plans do not matter as much as connections to key people

This is what I keep telling my business partners as I go to meetups, Barcamps, and geek dinners by myself. Phil Leigh interviews Dr. Benson Honig, entrepreneurship professor at Wilfrid Laurier University for Podtech.net. Social entrepreneurship is an important ingredient … Continue reading

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Brian Oberkirch’s conversation with Jeremiah Owyang

Check out this conversation with my two favorite guys in the social media space, Brian Oberkirch and Jeremiah Owyang. They bring up all of the great points about using social media in a corporate setting. Jeremiah is going to be … Continue reading

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Seth Godin on Podtech.net

I read Small is the New Big by Seth Godin a couple months ago. It is a great read. Here, Seth talks with Jennifer Jones with Podtech, Via Jeremiah‘s blog. Do you need a web developer for a Drupal or … Continue reading

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Danny Sullivan’s Keynote at SES Chicago

Danny explains (with passion that only Danny can express) what search marketing and contextual ads are. Got to the post at Daily Search Cast here or listen in the Odeo player below. (Photo courtesy of Matt McGee at SmallBusinessSEM.com). powered … Continue reading

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Getting Real with SOA and the Corporate Culture Barriers to Enterprise 2.0

I try to listen to as many Podtech.net episodes as I can, since there is some great advice for entrepreneurs, start-ups, VCs, and enterprise software deployment. John Furrier and the team are really in a great position in being able … Continue reading

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