Tag Archive | "web 2.0"

Prepare Yourself to Laugh… or Cry!

January 5, 2008 by Lisa Oshima | Social Media
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If you like my blog, this video will make you laugh, cry, or both! Ahhhhh…. How refreshing to see something emerge from Silicon Valley that doesn’t take itself or the crazy wild world of web 2.0 too seriously.

Plaxo Hits Another Foul Ball to Left Field

January 4, 2008 by Lisa Oshima | Enterprise, Social Media
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At the end of November, I published a Dear Abby-esque post on Plaxo Pulse.  In it, my friend, Paul emailed me to get my opinion on Plaxo Pulse, and I didn’t have many (okay, ANY) positive things to say about it.  So, it was with great amusement that I read Michael Arrington’s post on TechCrunch […]

Mobile Social Media Going Strong and Growing

December 22, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Mobile, Social Media
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There’s a great article out on Clickz.com summarizing two reports recently published on mobile social media.  It’s well worth reading. Unsurprisingly, the US is behind Europe when it comes to social media on phones, and teens and University-aged students are the most active users. ABI Research reports that the audience for social media on mobiles […]

Social Platform Enterprise 1.2: A Review

December 21, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Enterprise, Social Media
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With all my talk in earlier blogs about the benefit of companies employing a social media strategy, I thought that it would be a good idea to review a product that enables companies to build their own social media empire.  Yesterday, I had the opportunity to see a demo of a great new product from […]

Social Networking Platforms Tempting Investors

August 27, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Financing, Social Media
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Today, Reuters published an interesting article “Social Network Sites Tempt Investors” talking about the liklihood of a flury of social networking IPOs.  The article is well worth a read for all of you social media fans out there.  According to the article, so called “Wall Street observers” believe that United Online Inc.‘s recent registration for […]

Appsaholic Facebook Developer Conference Recap

August 22, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Advertising, Events, Social Media
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Tonight is the first chance I’ve had to write about the Facebook Developer/ Influencer conference that I went to last week.  The event was an invite-only afternoon of panel discussions hosted by Seth Goldstein of SocialMedia.  Attendees included about 50 developers, entrepreneurs, investors, and a couple of bloggers, and the discussions ranged from “When, if […]

Facebook Re-org & Great Video from Kara Swisher

August 15, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Social Media
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Today in Boomtown, Kara Swisher talks about a management shuffle at Facebook.  Among the apparent changes is the move of Owen Van Natta from COO to chief revenue officer and vice president of operations.  Swisher elaborates saying: Van Natta now shares power–how uneasily it remains to be seen–with newly installed Vice President of Marketing and […]

One Giant Step for Nokia… One Small Step for the Evolution of Mobile

July 25, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Financing, Mobile
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Today, Nokia announced its acquisition of a small social media and media sharing platform company called Twango, which was founded by former Microsofters.  While expensive (sources report the cost of nearly $100 Million), the acquisition has the potential to be a monumental game changer for Nokia. Regardless, it is a step in the right direction […]

BlogRovr, BlogRover Send My Favorite Bloggers Right Over!

March 27, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Social Media
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The folks at Activeweave (makers of Stickis, which I’ve written about before), have just introduced a great new website and plug-in called BlogRovr.  BlogRovr is a great little tool aimed at blog enthusiasts.  It allows you to see whatever your favorite bloggers have written about anywhere on-line. Here’s how it works: Visit Blogrovr.com and sign-up […]

Google to Launch a Phone?! Here’s Hoping it’s Fully Loaded with Social Features!

March 7, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Mobile, Review, Social Media
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Polaris Venture Partners general partner Simeon Simeonov is the latest to suggest that Google is working on a mobile Phone. In his blog, Simeonov divulges that Andy Rubin (who founded Danger and later, Asteroid, which was ultimately sold to Google) is working with a team of about 100 people on a Google phone.   He also […]





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