Category Archives: Social Media

Top 50 Social Media Brands

If a brand is at essence a promise and a collection of public perceptions, and arguably it is, monitoring a brand’s currency in social media should be the best way […]

Social Media and the Future of Business

Join us on Tuesday, April 21st at the Samsung Experience, Time Warner Center, NY for a panel disciussion on The Future of Business: Is Social Media the Answer? produced by […]

Twitter in Your Pocket

Wired’s Danny Dumas and Steven Leckart stopped by Twitter headquarters the other day to probe the company’s new moneymaking brainchild. Or did they…? If you like this Twitter gadget I’ve […]

Still Not Getting Twitter?

Are you still mystified by Twitter? In this video from TED, Twitter co-founder Evan Williams describes Twitter’s roots and reveals many of the ideas driving its growth have come from […]

Brand You According to Google

Let’s face it, the ability to manage and control our personal and professional identities has taken a big hit thanks to web services like Google, MySpace, Facebook, social bookmarking and […]

Best Twitter Mashup Yet

As Julien Sharp noted recently, “Getting followers on Twitter is relatively easy, but what is really important in making Twitter a worthwhile experience is the type of followers you get […]

Global Game Jam 2009

Join the Global Game Jam, an intense 48-hour journey of creativity, innovation, collaboration, and experimentation. Maximize your creativity by designing games within specified constraints, in a limited period of time, […]

My TV, My PC

For years I’ve been my own best Guinea pig for testing new tools, technologies, techniques… anything I could use to tell a story or that might impact my customers and […]

Building Your Twitter Following

Julien Sharp of Stylo Creative – who is also the newest member of our professional association here at RC/A Digital Media – offers clear, step-by-step instructions for how to build […]

Reality Check

Excellent interview: Guy Kawasaki tells Robert Scobel why Twitter is more important than his cell phone, rants about bailing out banks and the auto industry, differentiates the good and bad […]