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Excited to announce that I’ve joined the team at WebBeat TV! It’s a show that covers the lastest on the web involving trends, social media, news, and other tidbits. Hosted by @Pelpina, I’m looking forward to working with her and meet the rest of the team.
GeekBeat TV is hosted by @CaliLewis. If you’ve been following technology for a long time, you’re probably familiar with her. Her show covers lots of cool gadgets and coverage for events like CES. It’s an absolute pleasure to be working with her as well.
Along with Livid Lobster , it feels great to be sitting at a table (or however one wants to sit) with such like minded people. There’s plenty of bacon to pass around, and good conversation! Many thanks to @Pelpina for bringing me on board.
Check out the episode of WebBeat TV below. Feel free to pitch any ideas or comments my way.
Hines Ward patted down by TSA on the trip to Dallas (Credit Steelers on Twitter)
Lots of brands I follow and interact with are using Social Media to engage and build relationships with customers. The fan base of a sports team might be one example of how social media could benefit as a department within an organization. Who would you tweet if there was a problem with ticketing or a defective product purchased from the stadium’s pro shop?
Glancing at the Steelers and Packers social media channels, both are keeping fans tuned in with the journey to the Superbowl. Each timeline is an ongoing pep rally for fans to watch and cheer for. The picture of Hines Ward above shows that airport security applies to Superbowl players on and off the field. I think this a great example of transparency.
This victory is more prestigious to Green Bay. Packers fans have been passionate for this moment a lot longer. Between the Steelers and the Packers, I think the Green and Gold would bring down Twitter.
Now, the most prominent Superbowl team using Social Media? My vote goes to the Steelers. They do a great job of illustrating their road to the Superbowl. Not just with pictures and videos, but I notice engagement with fans on Twitter that I don’t see on the Packers timeline.
Who do you think has or will have the most Social Media presence by Sunday?
I’ve used Windows machines, or DOS if you go back that far. It was the pedestal of getting things done. I remember being the only one in elementry school handing in type written assignments for quite awhile. I didn’t think it could get any easier.
Today we have to worry about viruses, hacks, hijacking and other forms of being attacked besides potential hardware malfunctions. Contributing factors aside, it becomes an issue of time management. If something goes wrong, it needs to be fixed. Is there enough time in your day for these things?
Mac’s tend to not have these problems. Especially with the online portion. Switching to Mac, it changed everything. Learning things quicker, less maintence, and putting myself into the postion I want to be. I can share and teach things about technology without the burden of running spyware scanners prior to a meeting and so forth.
Technology has some catching up to do in certain demographics, but the dependency is becoming less thanks to the evolution of Social Media and computers in general. Macs are doing a very good job of maintaining an ease-of-use platform besides looking cool.
Many think my surroundings are full of gadgets. I have a Mac the size and thickness of a manila envelope, iPhone, and an Apple TV. They all make time, learning, and maintence feel seamless regardless of what lies ahead.
Doing more in less time. That’s how I use technology. How about you?
It’s as grand as He-Man
I’m blog post-less today, but I respect the hell out of this picture.
Was accused of not having Kik Messenger in my Social folder today.
What’s in yours?
I can’t think of any NFL clip that I’ve watched over and over again. This hits the spot. Happy Monday!
For those that know me, I’m a multi-team fan. Football started having a distant family member play for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Always kept me excited, and never discouraged from a loss.
The Seattle Mariners pulled me into baseball. Ken Griffey Jr. was the ultimate human being for a long time. Finally making it to Safeco Field after many years of waiting, I couldn’t help but notice the roar coming from Qwest Field. I get curious about what brings fans on the edge of their seats. The Emerald City became the first package containing all my interests for a little while.
Favre got picked up by the New York Jets. I was more curious than ever how that acquisition would affect the team and fans. Never heard much about the Jets except through @garyvee. After watching a few games, I realized it wasn’t Favre keeping me glued in. There’s lots of good things happening here. Rex Ryan is my favorite coach. Knowing there are solid guys like Cromartie and Revis tying the knots with defense. Holmes, Keller, and Edwards for big yards. The Jets might be an unreliable team to the media and some football fans, but I’m a firm believer in growth. People are pinning that growth to Mark Sanchez. I’m even guilty of saying “I could sell my Sanchez jersey right now”, but I’m a believer.
J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS!