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Amazon iPhone App’s “Amazon Remembers” Feature Works

After installing Amazon’s new iPhone app, the first thing I tried was using the “Amazon Remembers” feature. The feature is supposed to allow users to snap pictures of stuff they need to remember – kind of like an ad-hoc scrap book or shopping list, and then have amazon keep the pics, to look through later. …

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Launching Two New Sites: Panasonic Get Your Groom On and Trading Direct

Two of the websites I’ve been working with developers on for the past few weeks just launched this week – thought I’d post a little blurb about each… The Panasonic Get Your Groom On site is a microsite to promote Panasonic’s new line of razors. I worked with Panasonic directly, as well as their developers …

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Writing about Google Analytics and Flash on the Morpheus Media Mlog

I recently wrote a short blog post for Morpheus Media’s MLOG blog, outlining the ins and outs of Google’s recent announcement that they were expanding the Google Analytics tracking capabilities into Adobe Flash. Now, website owners can not only track visitor metrics on html pages, but also within embedded flash objects, including user engagement statistics …

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CNN Goes In Depth on the Inner Workings of the Election Night Holograms

Seems that CNN is as psyched about their holograms as we are. They actually did a follow up piece, specifically addressing their cool star wars hologram reporter technology. In addition to  David Bohrman explaining the tech behind it, “internet guru” Abby Catton (sp?) give a few shoutouts to the bloggers and YouTube commenter out there. …

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Speaking On The Tokyo News To Houtoku About Panasonic

A few months ago I was interviewed about electronics, and consumer brands for a news program called “Houtoku” (Translated to English), which broadcasts on the Tokyo Broadcast System’s network. They didn’t tell me at the time, but the interview was for a piece on Panasonic’s brand consolidation name change. Now, finally after a little waiting, here’s the …

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