web marketing awards announced

The Web marketing association announced its 2009 web awards recently.  Checkout the long list of award winners.  Sprint Covergence site won with the help of a local based VML team for the telecomm industry. Great job Kansas City.

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the history of the mobile phone

Remember those bag phones and giant appliance type blocks that people used to tote around for phones. Man have we come along way since the 70’s.  CIO magazine has an interactive spot on the history of the mobile phone and how it has evolved … so far…

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knowing your user base

Original post – 09.24.2007 Designing web sites is tricky business in today’s market. Knowing your user base is a key to developing optimal designs that will render correctly in your user’s browser. The market is continuing to change as users are buying better resolution flat screens and moving away from the dominant IE browser as […]

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enterprise 2.0

Original post – 09.23.2007 The Enterprise 2.0 conference was held in Boston this summer. If your company is not actively using Enterprise 2.0 tools to foster collaboration and communication, they should be. From my personal work experiences, blogging in the corporate world is fine but just not that helpful. The tool that really enables cross […]

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life outside the cube

Original Post – 09.22.2007 We’ll, it’s been about over a month since I stepped away at my post as Web Product Manager for the “he who should not be named” company. JPMorgan.  Life outside the cubical is great, there is so much more going on in the real world. It is so easy to get […]

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Web 2.0 expo 2007

Original post – 06.24.2007 I recently attended the Web 2.0 expo conference in San Francisco, CA. The Web 2.0 Expo is companion event to the web 2.0 summit put on by O’Reilly media. The event was targeted to web professionals, entrepreneurs, IT and marketing to discuss the next generation of the web. The event featured […]

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world usability day

Original post – 11.13.2006 Today is World Usability Day. A day set aside for design and development guru’s to embrace their united objective to drive technology and create a better world for all citizens everywhere. http://www.worldusabilityday.org/ All those that work in IT, Marketing, Product Development, Multimedia and Internet design should pause for a moment and […]

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online social communities

Original post – 07.26.2006 If you have not heard of the concept of online social communities, get on board now because it here to stay. The web continues to evolve with the popularity of several new sites and is leading to what some call it, the resurgance of the dotcom era. Obviously, the top site […]

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mashable.com

I’m always on the search for awesome tech blog type sites that will quickly keep me updated in whats new and hot in todays ultra fast high tech world.  I ran across mashable.com and was pretty impressed with the quality of blogger articles that it highlights.  Check it out. Site >> mashable.com

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Google Local Search

Google launched Place Pages, their attempt to become a top destination for finding info on local restaurants and businesses by aggregating reviews, details, photos, and maps and placing them on pages separate from a Google Map. This is similar to the Yelp business plan… One of Yelp’s biggest advantages was its mobile presence but now […]

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travel online

original post – 04.16.2006 We’ll it’s vacation time at the cribb and I’ve been spending alot of time on all the major travel sites online. We originally we’re heading to Germany to watch some World Cup games and check out Europe but, that plan fell through once we had the new baby. Then we decided […]

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Blogging 2006

03.26.2006 In looking at today’s web usage of what sites/Internet concepts are hot, one seems to find blogs popping up everywhere. Social Community sites and blog sites are giving way to a whole new communication medium online. I’ve experience a couple big Internet waves that have influenced my life. The first was broadband access which […]

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My ride on the Internet

03.26.2006 Welcome to Liquidcribb’s new voice online. This blog is dedicated to all people out there using the Internet to help guide certain aspects of their lives. I’ve devoted my career to software development and have spent the last 8 years focusing on the web space. I currently freelance in the Web Development space and […]

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Google Sync and Google Voice

Google Sync The Blackberry used to be the only option for corporate mobile email.  Its proprietary push email capability works great on millions of work phones around the world.  Google Sync is a relatively new product that is bringing that same feature to  iPhones, Andoid phones and Windows Mobile devices with its Gmail service.  This is not putting […]

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blackberry app world

Applications is the new golden world in the mobile industries.  The more you have the better off you are.  For avid blackberry users, you must check out Blackberry App World to get the latest and greatest.  And, who doesn’t like free! Check out the top free apps avabilble online. I personally like the google app, facebook […]

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yahoo gets a redesign

Yahoo Inc. has rolled out a redesign for several popular sections of its website, including its home page. Yahoo puhsed out its first major redesign of its home page since May 2006 and plans to accommodate more material from rival services as the internet company tries to polish its tarnished franchise. At first glance users will see […]

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skyfire mobile browser

The free browser, Skyfire recently reached version 1.0, with several improvements.  Currently, Skyfire runs on Windows Mobile (smartphones and PPC) and Nokia N and E Series (Symbian S60, 3rd Edition) phones.  Skyfire is the only mobile browser with full support of Flash 10 and other Web 2.0 technologies such as Silverlight, Ajax, and Quicktime. This is awesome since most crackberry […]

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Galaxy cam

The spiral galaxy NGC 1097 takes on a beautiful swirl in this infrared view, produced by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and published on July 23. The “eye” at the center of the galaxy is actually a monstrous black hole surrounded by a ring of stars. The galaxy is 50 million light-years from Earth in the […]

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Happy Birthday Internet!

Ha.  I read online today that it is the 40th anniversary of the online web as we know it today. Its kind of funny that the Internet is the same age as me.  Today marks the Internet’s 40th birthday! In fall 1969, computers sending data between two California universities set the stage for the Internet, […]

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Web 2.0 expo 2009

Well, due to the recession and budget cuts across the country by all big corporations, it does not look like I will be attending the Web 2.0 expo this year in person. I have been the last three years and I’m kind of bummed out I will not be going.  I meet alot of cool […]

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