See You At Podcamp Montreal

See You At Podcamp Montreal

I’m heading out to Podcamp Montreal tomorrow evening… I can’t wait! I’m looking forward to catching up with folks like...

Yammer – Twitter Behind the Firewall… and Turbocharged

Yammer – Twitter Behind the Firewall… and Turbocharged

If you follow the bright new shiny object brigade, you probably already know about Yammer, the company that takes Twitter‘s...

What Do YOU Want To Hear From AideRSS?

What Do YOU Want To Hear From AideRSS?

The first Third Tuesday Toronto of the new season is tomorrow night. We’re thrilled to be joined by the good...

Six Tips For A PR Agency Newbie

Six Tips For A PR Agency Newbie

Since I started at Thornley Fallis, our agency has done a fair bit of hiring and we have another new person starting today (welcome, Kerri!). I figure now is as good a time as any to share the little advice I have for someone following in my footsteps and starting life agency-side.

Ubiquity Changes The Way You Surf The Internet

Ubiquity Changes The Way You Surf The Internet

A couple of weeks ago, there was a lot of buzz about Ubiquity, a new Firefox extension released by Mozilla...

Third Tuesday Toronto Season To Kick-Off With AideRSS

Third Tuesday Toronto Season To Kick-Off With AideRSS

I’ve written a couple of times previously about AideRSS, the Waterloo, Ontario-based RSS filtering service. Now you can hear directly...

WebAnywhere Brings Convenient Internet Access To Blind People

WebAnywhere Brings Convenient Internet Access To Blind People

WebAnywhere is a web-based screen reader. It takes the content on a web page, translates it to text and reads it aloud for the user. By putting the screen reader in a browser window, WebAnywhere makes web surfing by blind people possible from any computer.

Are Twitter Conversations Dying?

Are Twitter Conversations Dying?

Over the last month or two I’ve noticed a sharp decline in the amount of conversation occurring on Twitter. People...

BackType Plugs A Hole In Online Monitoring Systems

BackType Plugs A Hole In Online Monitoring Systems

BackType, a new service by Canadians Christopher Golda and Michael Montano, finds and aggregates comments from across the web. One...

Feedburner, You Cut Me Deep

Feedburner, You Cut Me Deep

Whereas I used to look to my Feedburner stats with excitement (I'm a big numbers geek) to see whether my posts resonated with people (hence my subscriber count would go up), nowadays I look more with trepidation, wondering whether the stats will work each day.