The Blog

Bitcoin Use-Cases: BAT Crypto Token and Brave Browser Show Glimpse That in the Future, the Internet IS the Browser!

Back in 2009, before Bitcoin was invented, I talked about a world with an internet that had no login button. The idea was that, with open standards and open technologies built right into the browser you would be able to visit site-to-site on the...

Bitcoin Use-Cases: IPFS and the Real, Viable, Plan to Replace the World Wide Web

Back in 2013 I predicted an internet that was no longer client-server oriented like the current, "HTTP" (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)-based internet, but an entirely peer-to-peer internet that no longer has the need of large government and central...

How I Use Evergreen Ads Inside Facebook to Build Leads

Facebook Evergreen Ads? One of my favorite Facebook ad techniques to build leads that I like to use for clients is to initiate "Evergreen Ads". These are ads that appear within the funnel based on certain actions visitors of me or my client's...

Do You Have This? Facebook is Testing a GoFundMe Fundraising Competitor

Facebook is testing a new fundraising feature that allows any user to raise money for their friends. Will this be a GoFundMe killer?

WWDYD? How Dennis Yu Emulates Religious Figures to Build Followers and Loyalty

One of my personal best friends and most admired heroes in the marketing world is Dennis Yu. I'm a bit of an introvert, but when he visits he's one of the few I always always try to find time, have lunch, and share knowledge with. He's one of the...

Microsoft, Eat Your Heart Out

A month or two ago, we started hearing rumors that Google is seriously looking into a desktop OS of their own. I snickered at it, with the looming thought in the back of my mind that yes, some day...

Comments!

Comments now work – comment away! (note that it doesn’t redirect anywhere after you submit a comment. Just hit home or go back for now – I’ll fix that later)

New links

I’ve added two more links to the left so you can see some of my favorite links and stories. I’d rather post them there than here since so I can share them better. “My Recent...

New PSP Browser Violates MPL?

My friend John Giotta seems to have noticed that the newly released (yesterday) PSP browser is reporting it is Mozilla-based. If so, where is the source-code they based it on? The Mozilla Public...

Photo Gallery

The Photos section is now up and working! I also tweaked a few things to make it look prettier. I’ll be posting regular photos as I get them.

CraigsList is in Richmond!

I found out from my friend Tripp today that CraigsList is now in Richmond! Go to http://richmond.craigslist.com for more info. I am told it has really gotten active over the last couple months and...

Thoughts on Jeens

A blog has so many components to it that fit in perfectly with Catalyst. Catalyst’s MVC-based framework makes maintainability simple and encourages contribution from the community. The model...

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