Starting A Podcast/Netcast Network Is No Easy Feat

This post was originally posted on Linkedin on 11/25/14 In October, I decided to start a podcast/netcast network called PhillyTech.org. The goal was to bring attention to the Philadelphia Tech/Startup scene, as well as combine some of the random video shows I’ve been doing across the Web. About a month later we’re going strong. We…

Android Is Coming Into Its Own

This post originally appeared on LinkedIn on 10/15/2014 For years people have been talking about fragmentation on Android, Google’s mobile operating system. They point to the iPhone as the pinnacle of perfection and Android as a “hot mess.” While fragmentation is an issue. The diversity of the Android ecosystem also has its benefits. Google has…

Klout Is Getting Interesting

This post originally appeared on Linkedin on 9/25/2014. I’ll admit I haven’t logged into Klout in quite a while. You know what? They sure have pivoted. Once, in my opinion, the most laughable attempt at proving influence in social media, Klout has changed to make itself a content discovery/distribution platform – and it’s quite appealing….

What Makes An Influencer – Hint It’s Not In The Numbers

This post originally appeared on GoldsteinMedia.com as well as Linkedin on July 29, 2014. I’ve been wrestling with the idea of influence on social media. For a while there, there seemed to be a formula, however flawed, for determining influence. It involved numbers: Your Facebook Likes Your subscriber count on Facebook Your subscriber count on Youtube Your Twitter…

Why Millenials Can’t Be Ignored And Should Be Allowed To Shine

This post originally appeared on Linkedin on June 14, 2014 I fall into space between the Generation X crowd and the Generation Y or Millennial crowd. Born in 1981, I remember before computers were mainstream. I had a Commadore 64, a 286, a 386, a Pentium. I remember doing Web design on a 56k modem,…

Google+ and Longevity

This post was originally posted on Linkedin on May 31, 2014 Many have prognosticated the end of Google+ with the departure of Vic Gundotra. Others, like myself, have fought this negative viewpoint and feel that Google+ has a long life ahead of it. I’m an avid Google+ user and have been on it from the…

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