Category Archives: technology

The Problem with Location-Based Services

Some thoughts on what Location-based services should do to become relevant to the mainstream. Continue reading

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Facebook vs. Google

I remember this past Christmas I mentioned to some relatives that Google sees services like Facebook and Twitter as competitors. The response was a universal “huh?”. I told them that you’re getting information from them both, and that makes them … Continue reading

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Information as an Asset

As the U.S. economy continues to advance, we have to retrain our brains to consider information as a profitable asset that companies can then make money off of, rather than just knowledge that enables them to be profitable on physical goods. Continue reading

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The Return of Social

Location based networks are proving to be great at the one thing technology had performed poorly in for so long – in person connections. Continue reading

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Making a Difference with Mobile Donations

Mobile giving is having a profound impact on non-profits, but being able to connect giving to a cause is even more important. Continue reading

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