NAB justifies spamming

Thanks to SilkCharm for bringing this to my attention. This video is a jaw-dropper — Jim Stewart, the video blogger – is trying to educate the National Australia Bank that SPAM – however “well” or “poorly” executed by the PR agency is a sleazy business practice at best.¬† He certainly made a valiant effort to put the point across that spam is a pain, it is not ethical to post comments of a commercial nature…

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Geeking Out!

Geeking Out! Originally uploaded by kerryank Just a quick (or should I say qik) post before bed time. Tonight I tried using my Nokia 95 trained on a computer monitor to live stream video from Second Life to the internet using qik.com By setting up qik on my phone for streaming rather than quality, I didn’t get backed up as I have in the past with qik.com. Here is one of the videos:

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RSS explanation for mom

Moms keep you honest. My mother and I cover a lot of ground in our weekly chats and this week we were talking about Internet Neutrality, how internet newbies can find sites to trust and RSS feeds. As far as Net Neutrality goes, I was able to tell her I’d researched it and pointed her at a blog post of mine. We had a great discussion about how people in her age bracket are digital…

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Really well done conference marketing

You’d expect it from the Successful and Outstanding Bloggers conference (cheekily called SOBcon) web site, I suppose. The clever little elements to this site — the fact that it’s a Wiki, the badges that people can put on their web site if they are speaking or attending, the prominent RSS buttons, links to the conference blog, etc — really worth checking out!

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Want a free mobi site?

Every 15 seconds another mobile account is added to the more than 3 billion existing ones according to an April 2008 press release from the GSM Association. So when I saw a web site promising me the ability to create a mobile compatible web site in minutes just after lunch today — I thought I’d check it out. I signed up for mobisitegalore.com and was really impressed by the user interface. They were a bit…

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