A few years back, my most erudite #2 son admonished me for spending too much time with short form real-time media. He explained that books — digital and otherwise — offer context that one simply can’t extract from the ephemeral world of streaming media.I thus decided to periodically post links to those books that generated…… Continue reading Holiday Reading For The Geek In You
My wife insisted that Silicon Valley continues to reign supreme as the tech startup capital of the world. She’s right of course, but I’d hardly put New York City down for the count. Last year, Privco reported “100 deals for privately held tech companies in the city, with their value adding up to $8.3 billion.”Not too…… Continue reading Startup City
It’s a new year. The ebullient New York tech community picked up where it left off with several notable events: the first New York Tech Meetup of 2012, a Zaarly-sponsored Startup Crawl, and the auspicious piece in The Economist on Mayor Mike’s goal to see New York City give Silicon Valley a run for its…… Continue reading NYC Ratchets its Tech Cred
As mentioned in a previous post, I had a chance to hear the insightful and entertainingly profane Gary Vaynerchuk wax poetic on the open stage at the recent Internet Week confab here in NYC. @GaryVee said something that got me a thinking.In essence, he proclaimed the death of search engine optimization (SEO) as a marketing…… Continue reading SEO RIP?