By Ron S. Doyle on February 15, 2010
Since 2004, Technorati has published the “State of the Blogosphere,” an ever evolving attempt to quantify and qualify the world that is Blog. Last October, the Technorati decided to interview several elite blogocrats and let them, as they’re known to do, declare reality for the rest of us—the millions and millions of bloggers that aren’t […]
By Ron S. Doyle on February 3, 2010
No, not me. I have toddlers, I have an adventurous wife, and today
I went to an indoor carnival that smelled like shoes then requested
songs from mariachis during lunch. I’m never, ever bored. But apparently the rest of the world is bored to tears.
By Ron S. Doyle on January 27, 2010
Steve Jobs stepped onto the stage this morning carrying what tech pundits hoped would be the fabled Apple tablet computer. The audience, however, which seemed to be oohing in awe of the new product, were in fact gasping at the fact that Steve Jobs was no more than three feet tall. “Isn’t that an iPhone, […]
By Ron S. Doyle on August 11, 2009
If a new direct loan program cannot successfully supplant the private loan industry, will the gap between rich and poor actually close—or will it shift?
By Ron S. Doyle on August 10, 2009
Fortunately, it’s almost as easy to spot Twitter Trash as it is to spot a naked guy outside on the telephone—so it’s easy to avoid looking like trash, too.
By Ron S. Doyle on July 9, 2009
If you’re here looking for Ron Ron’s “Mr. No-It-All,” click here to listen to the entire mixtape for free Datpiff.com. And don’t say I never did anything nice for you. Thanks to my success with Twittercize, I’m occasionally asked to give interviews and guest lectures about social media and Twitter. In every interview I manage […]