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Nov 9th Show – Links and Notes

Great show this week.  Some of the things that we talked about on the show:

Big news was the introduction of the Droid by Verizon Wireless.   No, it’s not R2D2 – it’s a new smart phone from Motorola.

Our guest this evening was Rakesh Antala, CEO of Crederity

Honorable mention tonight – we talked about Jim Carrey being one of the early adopters.   See Crederity in action on his twitter account at

Not mentioned on the show, but worth a look is Jim Carrey’s website at

Carrey’s site is an epic that brings back memories of Monty Python.  It’s well work checking out. Allan Hoving said he’s spent hours on this site.  If he’s not off in time for our editorial meeting for next week’s show we may have to do an intervention.

Jim Love made mention of Metcalfe’s Law.  He also talked about the recent Facebook Virus Alert

Andrew Jenkins from our Linked In group Hubba Social Media Consultants dropped in.  Andrew has a neat little piece on his website with some good comments on using Social Media.   Check it out.  You never know who is going to turn up from our audience.    Hey, next week it could be you!

Janet Fouts talked about links and Twitter.  Andrew Jenkins noted that TweetDeck lets you check out links on Twitter.

Speaking of Janet – check out her blog at    Great little piece there on Thesis – the WordPress theme.  There’s a short video there which shows the power this new theme to do custom designs.  If you don’t know about WordPress and what it can do, you need to check this out.

Not related to the show at all, but I just had to note it — Mashable is reporting that the twitter sensation S**t My Dad Says Gets CBS Deal.  Here’s proof that you can indeed make money in social media, if you want to be truly innovative and entertaining.

What did I miss?  And don’t let broken links break your heart.  Leave us a comment and we’ll add it or fix it.


November 10, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. I’m a big admirer of Jim Carrey (“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” is one of my all-time favorite films, and it helps that Kate Winslet and Kirsten Dunst are in it too; oh, and fans of Charlie Kaufman should also see “Synecdoche, NY”). But I need to add that I was also evaluating the Jim Carrey site for this week’s homework assignment in a Master’s course in Visual Aesthetics.

    Comment by ahoving | November 10, 2009 | Reply

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