The Analyst Who Erred

The Analyst Who Erred

I’m really liking my iPad 2, though perhaps less so now that it’s a done-deal for a 4G-enabled iPad 3 come March 7. Oh well. Personal technology marches on, albeit too fast sometimes for my comfort. The one significant drawback with the iPad — something everyone seems to acknowledge — is its inability to efficiently […]

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Project Cascade So what does my pal Michael Zimbalist and his digital cohorts really do over there in the New York Times‘s R&D labs? Here’s one cool data visualization project called Project Cascade that captures how New York Times stories are shared across the web. Two videos. (via Mashable, AdWeek. journalism.uk.com, others: Les Trends in […]

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iPhone vs. iPad a la Michael Jackson So where does the Mac Air fit in this video scheme? (via mashable) iPhone Subway Jam Who, I ask, had the misguided audacity to diss New York??? Four dudes jammin’ on the NYC Subway with their…iPhones (via TechCrunch HT @parislemon) Love this! Android Anxiety You all heard about […]

Friday’s Video Views

Friday’s Video Views

Kindle v iPad Kindle sticks it to Apple’s iPad with its new TV spot. I wonder how Amazon will deal with the product enhancements Apple released today – multi-tasking, printability…? I Want My New Twitter! The big news this week from the social spheres entails Twitter’s simple redesign and enhanced functionality. Not only is the […]

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Sergey Speaks In yesterday’s blog post we explored/exploited the PR muscle Google allocated to its search upgrade Google Instant. Here’s company co-founder Sergey Brin chatting up the enhancement, Web on TV and Google’s competitive advantage with Bloomberg TV’s Cris Valerio. Some quotes: “It’s an exciting time to be in technology…” “I’m really excited for Apple’s […]

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Apple on the Skewer As if Taiwanese video re-enactment of Al Gore’s alleged trysted massage wasn’t enough, we now have an animated take on six months’ worth of foibles by everyone’s favorite Cupertino-based company (h/t The Next Web): Flipped Out While we’re talking Apple, the launch of this week’s latest and greatest tech product generated […]

Friday’s Video Views

This week’s edition of Video Views features the always edgy Michael Wolff, the always cutting-edgy Robert Scoble, Conde Nast’s wired consumer marketing prexy, Yahoo on the Cote D’Azur, Omnicom’s Porter Novelli on women and social media, and the great American uniter — soccer. Newser’s Newsmaker-in-Chief on News Corp’s Newsmaker-in-Chief No stranger to these pages, Newser‘s, […]

Friday’s Video Views

This week’s edition has David Kirkpatrick on his Facebook Effect and Techonomy, the iPad’s latest accessory, a New York Congressman’s opinion of BP’s spokespersons, Scoble’s next big thing in location-based companies, and Stephen Colbert’s PR-Mageddon. Zuckerberg: Grow First, Monetize Later The Business Insider’s Nich Carlson was one of the many interviews that Facebook Effect author […]

Friday’s Video Views

This week’s edition of Video Views features a Tiger Woods ad parody (from the Wall Street Journal), a tete a tete between two tempestuous talking heads, the author of Wikinomics’ call for entries, check-in fraud on FourSquare, and two iPad clips. Wall Street Journal columnist Peter Jeffrey offers up his own version of the Tiger […]

Friday’s Video Views

This week’s edition of Video Views features social media marketing myths, FourSquare (again), Google’s fave cities in 3D, Al Gore’s Current TV, and two vids that only deep-pocketed iPad owners would even consider attempting. First up: AdWeek‘s digital editor Brian Morrissey (@bmorrissey) talks des rues de Paris (thank you Edelman) about common social media marketing […]