This is why the Internet is important: Inheritance Jewelry

My friend Danielle makes really awesome jewelry. And now she has her own website, Inheritance Jewelry. OK, granted, the website could use some work design-wise, but it’s still early days, she’s new to this world… This is what Web 2.0 REALLY means to me, why it’s REALLY important. It allows a young woman like Danielle […]

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How To Really Use The Internet

I remember my first really big Internet “A-Ha!” moment like it was yesterday. It was about a decade ago, just after the DotCom crash, around the same time I first heard about blogging. I had just heard from somewhere that Salon.com, one of the first big-time magazines to launch exclusively online (that was still a […]

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The Internet: Keep It New, Keep It Fresh.

The Internet changed my life. Totally, utterly transformed it. Of course it did. In a very short period of time. A couple of years, tops. And then there’s also my Internet-famous rockstar friends: Those who, similar to myself, somehow managed to create these interesting, web-enabled, prosperous, functioning little online micro-empires of their own. Internet mavens […]

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The Internet Works Best

Suits, Greedheads & Predators

The Internet Without Anarchy

    Taken at Starbucks

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“social objects” is what makes the internet work, what makes the internet possible

[The Cube Grenade I did for Shit Creek Consulting etc.] Traditional advertising doesn’t work very well. Sure, it tries, and tries hard, but most of the time, it fails. It fails far worse now than it ever did during the golden era of TV or print. Those days are gone. We live in The Internet […]

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“the high-end microaudience”: the most likely way to make money on the internet

[A different angle on the Angel Gabriel etc. You can get the print here etc.] This is why I love the internet… In the old, pre-internet days, if you were a cartoonist like me and wanted to be successful, you pretty much had to be famous. Not hugely famous necessarily, but somebody with a pretty […]

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all big ideas start life out as small ideas

Back in the mid-90s, when the Internet was still the size of a tadpole and TV was still the Big Kahuna, I was working in a large advertising agency that had many big, blue-chip clients. We were given a brief to work on, a well-known laundry detergent. All the other teams went away and came […]

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