Top Ten Truemors of the Week of 8/12/2007
This is last week’s top ten truemors—sponsored by the HP iPaq 510 cell phone.
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Guy Kawasaki is the chief evangelist of Canva, an online graphic design tool. Formerly, he was an advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google and chief evangelist of Apple. He is also the author of The Art of Social Media, The Art of the Start, APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur, Enchantment, and nine other books. Kawasaki has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson College.
this would make a good podcast… where can i point iTunes? :P
One of the truemors of this week was about the time we spend at Facebook related with the time we do not work.
Although at this moment this two facts could be related, we must think that playing today could be the work of tomorrow at Facebook.
We could be heading to the next platform in which we all relate and work. We can share files, we can open them wit Zoho, we can make a report and send back the analysis.
You want to have your site migrating to Facebook and I am building an application for project management at Facebook. Soon we will meet there.
Do not forget that my proposal is to built a community in Facebook for people our profile and beat Linkedin, not because I have something against them, because it cost to be there.
Guy, your blog has really gone south over the past few months. It seems like your posts are a plug for somebody else’s product or your own products, like Truemors.
Please start writing posts that are more like your first series of posts. You know, something with some actual substance!
It is very sad to see that you turned your blog into a Truemors promotion blog.
Guy, I do not mind you having some Truemor information occasionally on the blog, but I don’t understand why you need a sponsor to do this? Promoting Truemors to us is one thing; getting a sponsor to pay you to do so seems to be taking it a little far to me. Isn’t the attention of users enough? I worry you will simply run people off, thinking it is a Truemor promotion site, with ads announcing anything Truemor related.
This sounds like a better way to present feeds including from multiple contributors on blogs with very generalized content–say news or business or other specialized content. I’m going to have to give it a closer look for a project I’m working on. I’m assuming it could just use a Feedburner feed.
Want an UK version?
What are you using to display the audio bar? Very nice and clean.