Archive for May, 2008

Maria and I are heading out of Boston and hitting the road for NY right now. We’re moving into our new place in the city and will have five days of no home access to the Web (gasp). Luckily, I’m sure we’ll find thousands of WIFI spots to grab a connection, but it’s still thrown […]

Last Monday, as most of you know, @amyyen @mariagarcia and I graduated from Emerson College. Our commencement speech was delivered by Emerson alumnus, Doug Herzog, president of MTV Networks Entertainment. In true digital native style, I sat in the audience armed with my Flip Video so I could record the anecdotes and advice he offered […]

Last night, at the Spring Social Media + Boston Communicators Outing @swirlingmedia (ie. Patrick Richardson) and crew discussed the need to start a fund to save Twitter. We’re “passing the hat” to save Twitter here: We’ll send your donations (as well as any helpful development advice you’d like to offer) along to the Twitter […]

Last week facebook announced the (un)anticipated new site layout that they had been kinda-sorta-maybe hinting at for the past few months (i.e. “change is coming…”). The “future” of the profile? Doesn’t get more apocalyptic than that does it? Well, when Mark Slee, Product Manager for Profile changes (what a job!), linked to screen shots of […]

MapleStory is a game where you and your friends can interact with each other and have fun by hanging out, working, buying things and fighting enemies in a virtual world. But before you can play MapleStory you have to download it and it may take a few minutes but it’s worth it. My stupid sister […]

Current is amazing. Somehow, I’m just discovering this video that was uploaded a month ago after reading a geeksugar post about it. lol: Also see: Viral Video Film School: Indiana Jones Texting Your Way to Love -Amanda Mooney

It’s happened to almost everyone: While sending a usually important e-mail, your hand shakes, you press a wrong key and BAM. “Message Sent.” Or, you finally got up the nerve to really tell someone how you feel (via e-mail of course to avoid in person awkwardness) and in all your rage you press send, wishing […]

Street Tweet


@amyyen and @mariagarcia try to tweet as we walk, talk and shop in the city. Let’s just say, it takes some pretty good coordination to make that work. I know that one of the great things about Twitter is how mobile it is, but I find it really hard to tweet when I’m not totally […]

Three years ago, Steve Baker and Heather Green told BW readers why “Blogs Will Change Your Business.” As Steve and Heather say, “a lot has changed since then.” They’ve teamed up again and partnered with experts in digital as well as average readers of their Blogspotting blog and Twitter feeds to update the story and […]

Thank You Hugh.


Our ASL crew totally agrees. We’re forwarding this along to everyone who’s ever asked us to “create a viral.” Image from gapingvoid