Two recent events: The Creator Economy Expo (CEX) in Phoenix, and NFT.NYC, a gigantic Web 3.0 conference in Times Square, boosted my Web 3.0 knowledge. This article about Creator Coins (aka: Social Tokens) is the first of a series on the new technologies.
Secure websites that insure user privacy and data integrity are becoming the standard. Learn about the 5 reasons for migrating your website to SSL/https and how to prepare the coming changes that will split the Web into secure and un-secure domains.
I’m delighted to announce the launching of the new Fovia Inc. website. Fovia Inc. provides software development kits and related services for high-quality, high-speed 3D image rendering. The kind of image data that’s output by MRI, CT and industrial scanning machines.
What made this website so fascinating (and exciting to work on) are thousands of high resolution medical, archeological and industrial images showcasing the power and flexibility of Fovia’s XStream® HDVR® product.
At Marketing Profs B2B Forum in Boston, October 2016. I was interviewed by Gemma Houghton for Webcertain.tv. http://webcertain.tv/vod/capitalising-on-new-technologies/13525
Announcing the launch of The Power of Music an eight-part, multimedia, professional development course for music educators. The video series and website provide an introduction to El Sistema, the pioneering approach to music education and illuminate the ways it is being adapted for in the U.S.
The website was developed for WNET / Thirteen public television with support from the Annenberg foundation. It features over 45 videos and 3 interactive applications. The website’s graphic design was done by Michael Pinto of vm.com with additional graphics by Gwen Singley.
How to pick a winning startup to work for. There are basic skillsets that all businesses need to have in place in order to grow and make a profit. Here are the five skills considered critical to any business, including startups.
There’s a never ending discussion about WordPress themes in forums and meetups. Paid vs. free; custom clones vs. child-parent themes; large frameworks like Genesis vs. stand-alone themes like Twenty Eleven. How does someone choose?
WordPress is 9 years old today and has announced the availability of the first release candidate (RC1) of the next version, 3.4. I installed it on my MAMP stack and took a first quick look.
Also, last Thursday, PandoDaily inaugurated a series of monthly “fireside chats” in New York City with Sarah Lacy interviewing Matt Mullenweg, the creator of WordPress.