First Look: Swingly Alpha →
I hereby pronouce April 28th to be International Search Innovation Day. To top it all off, Andy Hickl has posted some very stealthy Swingly screenshots. It is going to be one heck of a summer, people. Wolfram Alpha. Siri. MSFT/Kumo. Swingly. Watson. And much more… UPDATE: ReadWriteWeb wrote up a very nice piece on Swingly here. Disclosure: Swingly is a client.
The Wolfram|Alpha blog has launched. And so it... →
Today’s preview at Harvard’s Berkman Center and the simultaneous webcast represents the first (public) unveiling of the technology, with launch only weeks away. Congrats to the team for all of the hard work that it has taken to get to this point. Stay tuned to the blog for more information and context on what Wolfram|Alpha is and isn’t, as well as what can be expected from the...
Austin: Social Media Capital of the World? →
Okay, so I’m not the first person to write this post (hat tip to Mike Chapman). That said, David Armano’s announcement last week that he is moving to Austin (the culprit: the resistance-is-futile tractor beam that Dachis Corp. has spent the last 12 months building) has me stepping back and remarking that we’ve got a seriously amazing community on our hands, people. SXSWi is...
(Via FriendFeed) A private note to PR people -... →
I am adamantly of the mind that well-behaved PR people are more Kaiser Sauze than attention whore (and poof! He’s gone…) Some kind words that were said about me and others at the link above, and I am very grateful. But I am still keen on getting feedback on the following thesis, which I proposed in the comments. Is the problem that some of the people best suited for PR (and marketing...