Archive for the ‘web 2.0’ Category

As the 2.0 space continues to evolve, self-proclaimed “experts”, “leaders” and “visionaries” are a dime a dozen. They drop self-serving knowledge on you like a Sensei in a Karate class your Mom made you take. They demand you bow to them and follow their lead, because someday you might be lucky enough to reach their […]

Barack-berry. I’m not one to get politically preachy on you, but is (or it should be) common knowledge that the Obama-Biden campaign is one of the most intelligently run campaigns in American history. Sure, their optimistic rhetoric, media darling status and relentless campaigning have served them well. But, let’s talk about their well planned (and […]

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 […]

With college graduation looming, the timing of yesterday’s Social Media Breakfast could not have been better, as the topic of discussion was getting hired in the 2.0 world. Speakers included Stever Robbins, host of the Get-It-Done Guy Podcast, Aaron Strout, VP of New Media at Mzinga; Todd Defren, Principal at SHIFT Communications (and sponsor of […]

My social media buddy, Julia Roy , recently got me fired up about the power of RSS. She walked me through the process of subscribing to feeds and monitoring key media through her centralized Reader hub. After spending a lot of time working with RSS and digesting its utility, I had a simple but important […]

I was blown away by this site. It acts as a directory for the ever-expanding 2.0 world and the UI is so sleek that it makes you want to spend time on and play around with this site as much as those it features. Check it out at

I posted the following ideas on my Twitter microblog: AmandaMooney I wish Technorati allowed you to export your blog search results into an excel doc that included Blog, website, authority, rank…. about 1 hour ago from web   AmandaMooney Technorati should also offer quick RSS links to the blogs found in a search rather than […]

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clipped from Find Related Wikipedia Content with Similpedia Similpedia takes any links and shows you related content from Wikipedia. It’s extremely handy if you want to drill down into a subject. Even better, they give you a bookmarklet that makes this all a snap to use from any site. You can also add a […]

clipped from TwitThis is an easy way for people to send Twitter messages about your blog post or website. When visitors to your website click on the TwitThis button or link, it takes the URL of the webpage and creates a shorter URL using TinyURL. Then visitors can send this shortened URL and a […]