Dan Pink is a big thinker who distills practical advice. He’s done so repeatedly, as is evidenced by his four bestselling books, popular blog, and his unique Office Hours “radio show” podcast that covers a variety of topics with other big thinkers. He’s just published a new book, To Sell Is Human, and I had[…]
There’s a lot to explore on Google+ and I had a chance to test out the video feature the other day. Here’s a short video clip I made where I talk about the video service and what it might mean for the future of Google and YouTube. I did have to post it twice, once[…]
Here’s a neat hack that I learned from my friend John via the comments of an earlier post on this blog. I’ve tried it out and it works great. Here’s a quick video explaining how it works.
I needed to pack a suit, but didn’t want to carry one of those hanging suit bags around. They’re bulky, and when folded in half for easier handling, they don’t really protect suits and shirts from wrinkling. I wanted to get everything into my little hard-sided wheelie bag. Enter YouTube. No wonder why it’s the[…]
Here are some thoughts about technology that can automate tasks based on location. If you think about it, the implications are profound. In this video I talk specifically about the Y5 app and how it works on an Android smartphone.
As we become increasingly dependent on smartphones and other mobile gadgets, sources of electricity become increasingly important. Here’s a quick video blog post about how I stay juiced up on the road.
Here’s a two-minute video about my recent experience “going wireless” with my new handy-dandy wireless presentation remote laser pointer gizmo. If you can’t see the video, click here to watch it on YouTube.
Inspired by my friend Matt Medeiros who just launched a video blog over at the MattReport.com and the launch of YouTube Live this week, I thought I’d take a crack at my first video post. Here are some thoughts on the whole “local play” that’s all the rage in social media these days, based on[…]