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Archive for January, 2007

Episode 2 of Bryper Bits is here. Once again, here’s how you can become a regular listener on your mobile phone:

You subscribe by entering your mobile number below
You’ll receive a text message telling you that a new episode is available and will be provided with a telephone number
Hit the “send” or “call” button on your [...]

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I’m both a heavy user of Gmail and Gmail chat. Both are almost always on anytime I’m online. And in Gmail chat, you’re allowed a small space for a personalized message, such as “bored,” “busy,” “scratching head,” etc. It can be anything at all, of course. The little green dot in the image above [...]

Boston descended into chaos today, as nine suspicious packages were discovered in crowded public places throughout my fair city (See also’s photo series).
Turns out, the packages were electronic devices all part of a guerilla marketing campaign by Turner Brodcasting.

Here’s the public apology that Turner just issued this afternoon:
The ”packages” in question are [...]

What could you do with $2.6 million?

Clever. Very clever.

Technorati Tags: Super Bowl, stuff Student Loan Network, advertising
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Video blogger extraordinaire Steve Garfield, whom I ran into last night at a meetup of the Web Innovators Group, has a saying that I realy like: “I subscribe to people.”
And I’d suspect that most of us would say the same. While the blogs I read and podcasts I listen to need to offer compelling content [...]

The faces of 2000 Bloggers

Want to discover a boatload of new bloggers — up to 2,000 of them, in fact — and the fascinating stories that each of them has to share, from a single web page?
Then visit Tino Buntic’s 2000 Bloggers project. The idea is that Tino will post any blogger’s thumbnail image and a create a [...]


The Slackercast – A Show About Nothing
Why? Why not? Every once in a while, it really doesn’t matter.
Technorati Tags: Slackercast
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Donna Papacosta and Jason Van Orden have both been giving out some excellent advice on how to create outstanding podcasts, and how to promote them.
I’m trying something different. Today, I start a series of tips aimed squarely at the podcast listener — how to find interesting podcasts, how to listen to them, and even how [...]

Six ways to make the most of Technorati.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from historic Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Wednesday, January 24, 2007.
Subscribe to the New Comm Road podcast. It’s free, and it ensures you won’t miss a single episode! Find us in the iTunes store or paste this feed into iTunes [...]

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Today I’m giving a new service that brings podcasting to mobile phones a test run with the launch of the “Bryper Bits.”
Foneshow is a service that allows you to subscribe to and listen to audio/podcasts on your mobile phone. Here’s how it works:

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