How do publish thee? Let me count the ways.

At long last my latest book, Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions, is available. Here are the ways to order it. As an indication of what the critics think of it, this is the Kirkus review: Apple’s former chief evangelist leads businessfolk down the path to enchantment. The entrepreneur’s entrepreneur is back [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:09:54-07:00March 9th, 2011|Categories: Books|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Reality Check Now Available in French

Vient de paraître en français: La réalité de l'entrepreneuriat Le guide irrévérencieux pour dépasser, devancer, distancer vos concurrents de Guy Kawasaki Publié en français par les Editions Diateino, avec l'aimable autorisation de Portfolio, Penguin Group. 26 euros. Ce livre, traduit par Marylène Delbourg Delphis, fait suite à L’art de se lancer, le bestseller de Guy [...]

By |2015-03-18T07:49:24-07:00June 28th, 2009|Categories: Books, Entrepreneurship|Tags: , |0 Comments

24 Hours at Sea on the USS Nimitz

On Friday, May 29, 2009, fourteen bloggers and “distinguished visitors” served a twenty-four hour tour of duty on the USS Nimitz. The following 140 or so pictures and videos document this visit. This is a very long blog posts as blog posts go, and I know there are ways to create slideshows or other forms [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:11:45-07:00June 1st, 2009|Categories: Books, Travel|Tags: , , , |2 Comments

How to Use Twitter as a Twool

I may get more value out of Twitter than anyone else on the planet because I use Twitter as a tool—specifically as a marketing tool—for my website Alltop and my book, Reality Check. If the concept of using Twitter in a commercial manner interests you, keep reading. If it doesn’t, then you can continue to [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:12:55-07:00December 2nd, 2008|Categories: Books, Twitter|Tags: |0 Comments

Reality Check Checklist + the Best Foreword in the History of Man

My new book, Reality Check: The Irreverent Guide to Outsmarting, Outmanaging, and Outmarketing Your Competition is now available. The cover price is $29.95. It is approximately 500 pages long--twice the length of The Art of the Start. This book is the "superset" of all my books, articles, and blogs. I wrote it to provide answers [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:13:11-07:00October 30th, 2008|Categories: Books, Entrepreneurship|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Guy in Mumbai

These are some photographs from a recent trip to Mumbai, India. This is one intense city with a population of approximately thirteen million people. Clearly, this is not Santa Cruz, California. This is the view you'll most frequently see when you're driving around the city. It can take two hours to go a few kilometers. [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:13:30-07:00September 27th, 2008|Categories: Books, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Vyew Update

In 2006 I wrote about Vyew and asked the obvious question: “Does the world need another web conferencing product?” I guess the answer is "yes" because the company is now profitable and has 100,000 registered users. Vyew combines real-time (synchronous) conferencing and desktop sharing with always-on (asynchronous) collaboration such as highlighting, drawing, text and sidebar [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:15:42-07:00May 8th, 2008|Categories: Books, Cool Stuff|Tags: |0 Comments

Reality Check: Triggit

Triggit is a WYSIWYG web application for integrating third-party elements into websites. It enables people to drag and drop advertisements, Flickr pictures, and YouTube videos directly into their site without any skills in web programming. Triggit is free to use, and works on any site that accepts JavaScript. It does not require any downloads, access [...]

By |2015-03-18T07:49:30-07:00January 20th, 2008|Categories: Books, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Reality Check: Spokeo

Spokeo finds information about your friends—long-lost or not—and then tracks their online activities as they make updates. These friends don’t have to “invite” you, approve your friend “request,” or be a member of Spokeo. Spokeo is able to, for example, monitor their Facebook notes and shares, YouTube videos, Amazon wishlists, Flickr and PhotoBucket photos, Pandora [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:17:21-07:00December 21st, 2007|Categories: Books, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Reality Check: FeedHub

I subscribe to over sixty feeds, and they generate 1,000 posts per day. If you subscribe to multiple RSS feeds, you’re probably overwhelmed by the amount of posts like I am. FeedHub reduces the number of posts to those that are most relevant to your interests. To start, you export your feeds to an OPML [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:18:23-07:00October 4th, 2007|Categories: Books, Cool Stuff|Tags: |0 Comments

Reality Check: Popurls

Popurls is a site that aggregates feeds from the likes of Digg, del.icio.us, Reddit, Flickr, Stumbleupon, Slashdot, Google News, ifilm, BoingBoing, Fark, etc (see very partial list in picture). This enables you to see, on one page, what much of the Internet is buzzing about—think of it as an Internet “dashboard.” There is a fair [...]

By |2015-03-18T07:49:35-07:00September 17th, 2007|Categories: Books, Cool Stuff|Tags: |0 Comments

Reality Check: Coghead Business Essentials

Coghead enables businesses to create, customize and/or use real, multi-user business apps in an easy, cost-effective way. Since Coghead is 100% web-based, employees, customers and business partners can use the apps from anywhere there’s an Internet connection. To help people get started, Coghead has just announced “Business Essentials”—a suite of simple, pre-built applications that every [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:18:55-07:00September 6th, 2007|Categories: Books, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Reality Check: LicketyShip

LicketyShip provides courier-service shipping. Its prices are comparable to, and often less than, companies like FedEx, UPS, and DHL. Basically, LicketyShip acts as a aggregator of multiple couriers: it’s researched couriers’ reputations and prices for you. When you want to ship something, go to LicketyShip’s site to enter what you need delivered, where, and when, [...]

By |2016-10-24T14:19:16-07:00August 20th, 2007|Categories: Books, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments
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