Soup: 50 Power Twitter Tips To Become the Most... →
#18 FTW 1. Read EVERY Tweet. If you let even one Tweet slip through cracks, you could be miss the secret of the whole universe. 2. Keep track of everyone you retweet because they owe you a favor now. 3. Check to see if your email address book contacts are on Twitter. If…
Amazing collection of Williamsburg, Brooklyn street art. Slide-show courtesy of photographer, Garrett Ziegler.
Twitter recently redesigned their sign-up process to boost new user engagement....– LukeW | Gradual Engagement Boosts Twitter Sign-Ups by 29% (via 2105)
Understanding Your Audience | Think Vitamin →
One of my favorite audience anecdotes comes from Steve Mulder, author of The User is Always Right. In one of his webinars, Mulder told a story about an electronic company who were about to launch a new product and invested a lot of time in research as part of the process, including focus groups. The company had narrowed the colors for this boom box down to yellow or black. The focus groups...
They… brought us parrots and balls of cotton and spears and many other things,...– Columbus writing about the Arawaks in his journal, as quoted from Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States. Charming. Happy Columbus Day. (via pejorativejinx)
A day trip to Coney Island...
Took these pictures in August while going to see a minor league baseball double-header, the Brooklyn Cyclones versus the Vermont Lake Monsters. Can’t wait to get back. Didn’t take nearly enough shots.
Secret Sandwiches @ The Meatball Shop →
If you live in NYC and haven’t eaten at The Meatball Shop yet, you’re missing out. Mikey and Donna are good peeps and are running one of the most focused spots in town. Meatballs and gourmet ice cream sandwiches - what’s not to like? Get on it, people. Anywhozzle, looks like they even have some secret sandwiches (ala the infamous “Animal Style” burger at In N Out)....