July 10th, 2007
Projects, ideas, potential, knowledge, content, in this global 2.0 environment the internet users can create and share almost anything they want. Yes, today you can do it and it doesn’t even take huge investments. An example? Esmee Denters loved singing more than anything else… Thanks to a simple webcam (and a great voice of course…)…
July 5th, 2007
Ok I finally joined Pownce, but as I said in my last post I will postdate eventual feedbacks related to it. Special thanks to Teresa ‘Chisa’ from Australia and Graham Lawrence from Switzerland who invited me to join the network. On Pownce you can find me at http://www.pownce.com/andreavascellari/ , I just twitted this url to…
July 3rd, 2007
Do you remember Bad the successful album released by Michael Jackson in 1987? Well this evening reading Matti Mattila’s blog I came across a very funny video ‘parody’ by Weird Al. Reading this post on which Matti was talking about times when the internet and YouTube were not existing yet made me jump back 20…
June 29th, 2007
What comes up to your mind thinking about the hottest web 2.0 startups? I immediately think about the Silicon Valley! But how the web 2.0 development is geographically distributed in other regions and countries? Check out this Web 2.0 Innovation Map! Andrea
June 27th, 2007
I think that Twittergram is great. I mean today I had no time to write a normal post here on my blog so I’ve recorded a short 200K minipost. Think about it, often you are so busy that you don’t even have the time to text! Twittergram represents a very handy way to communicate that…
June 26th, 2007
During the last few days I’ve been following David Winer’s new idea, TwitterGram. What is it? It’s a different kind of Twitter where you use the 140 characters to link to a 200K audio message. Read more about it here.
Click HERE to listen to my response to TwitterGram.
TwitterGram is a very interesting idea. Yes it would be cool to have web-based tool that records the voice message and posts it directly to the Twitter account, but what if we could interact more with it directly from our mobile phones? It would be really handy to record/call from mobile devices for example. Considering that mobility nowadays plays an important role, there could be also some kind of http://m.twittergram.com.