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Journals on Culture

Web Culture, is what exactly ?

Its like a thing that is not really a thing. We know it through the behaviors, the stories and the trends get brought into everyday society. Every influencer has a story, every trends has connection points.

As your curator of web culture, this publication aims to point out the progress the creativity, the success of business, and the changes to society thanks to the culture of the web.

 

Apr 8 Comments Off on A Loveless Blog Comment

A Loveless Blog Comment

A Loveless Blog Comment

I asked a fine mentor of mine to give me his advice and opinions about my magazine. He used to own and run a magazine himself. I was fishing for any tips about how to find business resources, contributors and what not and possibly a pat on the back for a such great looking graphics. I was kind of surprised by his response...

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Mar 10 5 comments

Simple Crowdsource Motivation for Start-ups

Simple Crowdsource Motivation for Start-ups

“Crowdsourcing taps into the global world of ideas, helping companies work through a rapid design process. You outsource to large crowds (hence the word: crowdsourcing) in an effort to make sure your products or services are right. What makes crowdsourcing so powerful is the broad participation that takes place at relatively no costs. Solutions are […]

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Feb 15 5 comments

Kill Blog Advertising and Make More Money

Kill Blog Advertising and Make More Money

Once upon a time, blogging was just a hobby. We built personalized online journals to share pictures with family, capture the opinions of readers and even teach or learn the fundamental skills of web design. Hobbyists still make up the largest population of bloggers, but the current state of blogosphere also includes micro-blogs and social […]

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Feb 6 1 comment

The Secrets to Valentine Revenge

The Secrets to Valentine Revenge

There are no hard statistics on it, but I would venture to say that most of the bad news that comes on Valentines are done via the web, using Facebook, email or some kind of SMS messaging.  Getting dumped, stood up or ignored completely sucks. My gift to you this Valentines, a few comical coping […]

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Feb 2 2 comments

Twitter Volume

Twitter Volume

Could you please turn down the noise your Twitter profile ? So if you have never heard of the concept of noise being visual, you must be that person at Walmart who wears Bengal print sweat pants. Communication channels, like email, twitter and even your run of the mill website can suffer from diarreah of […]

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Jan 25 3 comments

Flash Mob Mentality vs Creative Performance Art

Flash Mob Mentality vs Creative Performance Art

Many street artists and creative public performers find themselves in the same predicament on the web, their work being misidentified by cliche buzzwords like “flash mob” or “publicity stunt”. Before the writing of this article I came to the same realization about the trendiness that has become flash mob. There is laziness, but more crucially […]

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Jan 17 1 comment

The Web is Leaking

The Web is Leaking

What do BP, Best Buy and most recently Brittany Spears’ new single all have in common ? Aside from all having names that start with a “B” , each has been in current news associated with leaking. I noticed this “leaking” trend became very popular this Christmas holiday, when all of a sudden Black Friday […]

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Jan 11 1 comment

The Book Smart Art of Web Influencer Street Cred

The Book Smart Art of Web Influencer Street Cred

The day Jay-Z wore Urkel glasses, nerd became mainstream I have found that there is no better way to learn web street cred skills than studying through books. Though otherwise  contradictory, book smarts and street smarts have a symbiotic relationship on the internet. The rules of social influence, street smarts,  don’t come second nature to […]

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Dec 27 Comments Off on Internet Vices – Patrick Moberg

Internet Vices – Patrick Moberg

Internet Vices – Patrick Moberg

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Dec 21 1 comment

7 Twitter Users You May Recognize [Infographic]

7 Twitter Users You May Recognize [Infographic]

via ngonlinenews.com I found this cool infographic on [TecXav] (http://www.techxav.com/2009/12/21/7-creative-and-interesting-infographics-abo… >Inspired by Guy Kawasaki, “The Many Users of Twitter” is an infographic >designed by the folks at NGONews. According to Guy Kawasaki, there are six >types of Twitter users – Newbie, Brand, Smore, Bitch, Maven, and Mensch. So >which one are you? Tweet This Post

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