Tag: web 2.0
Couldn't Have Said It Any Better Myself – Gary Vaynerchuk Throws It In Your Face
Today I pulled a gig together with homie Stefan Hyttfors, the founder of Wenderfalck. We were invited by Pfizer to shake things up and draw out some ideas on how to prepare for the future. Stefan painted the background and I mixed the colors. I think we did a good job? Among other things I […]
How to: A. Launch a successful web application. B. Earn money on books. C. Run projects online.
Saturday. Its early in the morning and its snowing outside. I remembered a business case that I thought I should share with you. But my brain seems filled with Slush Puppie and nothing seems to come out of my fingers the way I want it. So, here it comes straight up. A. Read Getting Real […]
Dion Hinchcliffe show you the innovation opportunities
Saturday. Got my sister’s kids over. After 20 books, 10 songs and probably 10 extra visits to the toilette (without result) before the little devils finally fell asleep there’s really no room for blogging. But while waiting for one of them to fall asleep I found this great visualization of innovation opportunities on Dion Hinchcliffe’s […]
Web 2.0 for your business
In a week or two I’ll post a series of tips for entrepenurs on how you can keep your costs low with the help of Web 2.0 services. However, until then you should make sure to read a post over at ReadWriteWeb on the same subject. Great read.
The 10 commandments of webdesign
Business Week posted a great article on the 10 commandments of webdesign. The list is short but well thought thru. Thou shalt not abuse Flash. Thou shalt not hide content. Thou shalt not clutter. Thou shalt not overuse glassy reflections. Thou shalt not name your Web 2.0 company with an unnecessary surplus or dearth of […]
Twingly turns server problems into branding
I pointed my browser towards Twingly when I landed on an Error 500: Internal server error page. Once there I was greeted by this beautiful error message. It’s funny how a little bit of humor makes you wanna come back…even though the service actually didn’t work. This is something many of the old companies definitely can learn from. ps. […]
The new iPhone 3G
I’m listening (reading) in on the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference 2008 Keynote Live Coverage over at Macrumours. Lot’s of goodies of course. But the news about the iPhone is stunning. 3G and GPS! among other things… Head over there and enjoy! Head over to Apple’s site on iPhone instead.