Scoble opens a can of whupass on Google for Eventsgate
Google didn’t really think through the new Google+ Events feature when it rolled it out last week. Google also seems not to have actually tested it with real people either because when users started playing with it and flooding Google+ streams with invitations, events apparently started popping up in recipients’ Google Calendar. I didn’t see…
The bears are getting tired
I love this quote by John Scalzi in response to the deluge of Google+ Events invitations the other day: My newest circle is “People who send me a ‘test’ Google Events Invite, and must therefore be torn apart by ravenous bears.” Try not to be in it. The bears are getting tired. Brilliant!
Hangouts, an alternative to regular client office visits
I work at a client’s offices in Fourways once a week. The idea is to be in the office working so people can discuss issues with me on an ad hoc basis and so I can touch base with my client’s management on important issues. I love being in their space, its a dynamic client…
Microsoft says to beware of the Googlighting Stranger
Sometimes its a good thing not to have competitive advertising. Wow, this is a hectic ad that doesn’t pull punches. The new, edgier and more pissed off Microsoft.