Browsing articles from "October, 2007"

Kfir Pravda wrote a post a few days ago about the 4 best ways to be extremely annoying on Facebook. Here is my version of it.  I will have to agree with Kfir regarding the 1st way. 1) Invite someone to the Vampire application. When he ignores – invite him to the werewolf one. And […]

Plans are underway for the second annual Israel Web Tour. This event is the first Internet competition organized to bring 15 Israeli startups to Silicon Valley. CEO’s of the chosen companies will be flown to the US for exclusive meetings with the Valley’s hot startups, VC’s and potential partners. The upcoming tour will take place […]

Today I attended Wordcamp Israel 2007. Lectures and panels covered topics such as WordPress installation, blogging for business, and more. Lorelle Van Fossen who was the keynote speaker, gave a very interesting lecture regarding “Content Connections: the social aspect of blogging, comments, networking, linking, and how to start and continue the conversation on your blog.”  For those of you who […]

The below video was created by Michael Wesch in collaboration with 200 students at Kansas State University. It summarizes some of the most important characteristics of students today – how they learn, what they need to learn, their goals, hopes, dreams, what their lives will be like, and what kinds of changes they will experience […]

Oct
19
2007

Homework 2.0

Most of you have probably heard of Shvoong. Shvoong.com is a world-wide center for abstracts, summaries, reviews, and short essays on a wide variety of topics in 34 different languages. The goal of Shvoong is to serve as a knowledge tool and summarize all that has been written in the areas of literature, scientific research, […]

1) Your first association with the word cloud is tag 2) When you get back from a trip, the first thing you do when you get home is post your pics on Flickr 3) You have more drinks on Facebook than in real life 4) Nobody asks you what’s up anymore. They already know from […]

In the last week I had traveled to NYC where I had the pleasure of attending Stephanie Agresta’s Birthday 2.0 party. Stephanie is also a social media expert and we connected online through Facebook and emails in the last year. It is always exciting for me to meet my online friends face to face for […]

Kent Newsome, Dave Wallace, and Mike Seyfang had invited me to be a guest on their podcast show last Saturday. We had a great discussion regarding social networks, Web 2.0 applications, conversational marketing, the technology industry in Israel, personal branding on the Web, the best and worst ways to market within an online social network, and more. Here are some […]