Has anyone else noticed the Facebook explosion over the last 6 weeks? I’ve been mulling over the reasons why it’s happening now…..right now, and have only a couple very subjective conclusions. It can only be that the holidays represent a time for people to catch up on the things they’ve been meaning to do for … read the whole post
Cloudware — used as early as 2007 to refer to things like Google Maps, normal people will start saying it this year to refer to just about everything. "AWS It" — putting something on AWS’s S3, EC2 or Turk instead of going the dirt computing route. Web 11.0 — someone will surely co-opt this meaningless … read the whole post
It’s the time of year for predictions. Everyone has their prognostication hat on. My thoughts? We’ll need a buzzword for all those servers we’re killing. It should be slightly negative. I call dibs on "dirt computing". From what I can tell, 2009 is not likely to be a good year for dirt computing.
Just finished up at the Chicago User Group. Pretty good crew showed up despite the weather and the time of year. The particular one was hosted by Click Commerce and sponsored by Allegro and Model Metrics. Who is Allegro? Fair question. They produce FreshDM, an on-demand direct marketing print fulfillment thing. (There’s a catchier … read the whole post
Note – Screen shots for Blackberry and iPhone below. Dreamforce ’08 has come and gone. We had a couple of nice mentions — Lasso2Go of course but we also had the DFMobile application. Hit http://dfmobile.force.com from your mobile device if you’d like to see it. It works on a Blackberry, a WAP/ simple XHTML compatible … read the whole post
Attended SFDC’s Cloudforce in NYC today. It was at The Pierre — a pretty nice hotel. Two digressions to get out of the way: love the new Tommy Bahama shirts, was not a big fan of the chicken salad sandwiches. Mr. Benioff & crew did their job. Highlights: One person came out of the keynote … read the whole post
Article briefly outlining tools a CMO can use to get the job done faster. Includes brief descriptions for Google Sites, Content Management Systems such as Wordpress and Joomla, Salesforce CRM’s Web to Lead functionality, and CS4.
Heading to Cloudforce in NYC? So am I. We’ll be talking about some of the standard stuff as well as one supercool addition. You should definitely stop by our booth (I think it’s a booth — might be a table — either way stop by) and ask for a demo. I’ll be there all day. … read the whole post