Monthly Archives: January 2010

Thoughtfaucet Business Cards Series r2 (W00t! for Moo.com)

Thoughtfaucet Business Card Series r2 arrives January 2010. Here’s the full key and description of imagery.

Gahlord Dewald teaching an Interactive Web Design Course through Burlington Public Schools Continuing Education

Image by curiouslee via Flickr Thoughtfaucet President/Janitor, Gahlord Dewald, will be teaching an introductory web design course for Burlington Public Schools this spring. The class is 10 sessions, from 6pm to 9pm on Thursdays starting February 4, 2010. The class meets at Burlington High School and is open to all ages. This class will be […]

Why Apple’s new creation will be free.

Image via Wikipedia [Update: I was, of course, wrong. iPad costs $500-$800 depending on configuration options, data plans are $15 or $30 per month depending on download volume, data contracts can be canceled any time–no lock in on them.] I think the new iTablet/iSlate/iPad thing will be free. All the current predictions for something that’s […]

Papervision3D

When making Augmented Reality Flash applications you might hear about Papervision3D. What is Papervision3D?

SERP

When reading about search engine optimization, you’ll often encounter the acronym SERP. What does it mean and what is a SERP?

Meta-tags

When talking to an SEO specialist, you might hear him or her talk about meta-tags. What are meta-tags?

Keyword

If you want to be #1 on Google you’ll likely be asked “Which keyword?”

Example: Customizing Widget for a Tradeshow

Image by gahlord via Flickr One of my clients makes awesome wool hats here in Vermont. These hats are made-to-order and very customizable. There are over 650,000 variations possible, not including adding different team names, for just one style of hat. I’m not joking. Very customizable. The problem with this level of customization, of course, […]

Contest: Why you like doing business in Vermont in 500 Words or Less.

This week I’m running a contest. The winner will get a free ticket to Burlington Social Media Breakfast #4 on February 1. The speakers are Adrian Ho of Minneapolis’ Zeus Jones and Rebecca Thorman from Alice.com, a consumer packaged goods ecommerce site and platform. I think this BTVSMB is going to be great because these […]

Using Social Media to Create Face-to-Face Opportunities

Image by gahlord via Flickr Here’s a tactic for organizations scrambling to make sense of social media and figure out the ROI or the relevant policies required to sustain social marketing efforts. This post was inspired by cyskoff’s comment on Jeremiah Owyang’s Matrix: Breakdown of Advocacy Marketing. You can either go deep with it or […]