Just found this slick new Facebook app from the makers of Flip Video Cameras, which enables you to upgrade from the standard photo avatar to a video avatar for your Facebook profile.
As the day began at the crack of dawn, just prior to the sunburst emerging from behind the eastern horizon, I filtered through the various RSS feeds and and categorized favorites upon my top Firefox bookmarks. And what follows is a snapshot of what I read through, which includes blog posts that span the gamut of technology, marketing, advertising and retail ecommerce and mobile commerce. Amid the favorite items of interest is Facebook, specifically Facebook Places, as I am engaged in the launch of similar Facebook Check In marketing campaigns for two clients in the coming months.
I've been hunting around for a way to migrate from my old school Motorola Q9M that I initially purchased due to its integration with Qik and subsequent video streaming capability to Mogulus, which has since become Livestream. At the time, Qik was the only way by which you could stream video from mobile device to Mogulus. With some hacking, I was able to get the phone to work down south in Baja and streamed some audio and video from the Baja 1000 as well as a Baja 500 or two. But the phone is archaic, running on an outdated Windows Mobile operating system and proves this with extremely sluggish performance. Well, there was the Google Nexus that raised an eyebrow. Then there was the Verizon Droid. Both run on the Android operating system. Yet today, Sprint has just upped the anti and is going big with its Sprint HTC EVO 4G, as in four gangsters can beat up on your clan of three when it comes to the battle of big bandwidth.
I've been slammed with the demand for skills that span the gamut. I love it. Not so much on the web end or social media end, since that's unfortunately taken a back seat to developing media and marketing infrastructure but also extended into business strategy and implementing practices and associated business software applications.
It seems the business of marketing, particularly social media marketing, remains on course with a continuum of exponential growth. Bouncing around between a massive list of bookmarks and well categorized RSS feeds within my Mozilla Firefox web browser, even with advanced organizational skills, it is often difficult to keep up with certain aspects of the industries I engage. Organizing data, identifying opportunies and prioritizing them according to objectives is key.