His shoes. Vintage San Remo. $31.99. #tacoma #vintage #fashion #style #mensfashion #mensstyle #shoes #mensshoes #classic #vscocam
This is a good example of using social media to showcase products.
Good pic, includes price, and discoverable hashtags. Lacks conversion, product link or contact info. Maybe a promotion for mentioning Tumblr at the store?Source: urbanxchangetacoma
A memo from 20 years ago, today.
Key quote: “The internet is a collection of computer networks that is connected around the world…A code of ‘netiquette’ exists among users and within user groups, but otherwise, you pay your money, find your niche and take your chances.”
via Johnny Kauffman at NPR
Everything I do here at sticky wicket, I do for my little girl. She is my inspiration on every repair and build that passes through my door.
Today is Wolf-Hirschhorn Awareness Day, my little Clara Jeanne has it. If you aren’t aware of this syndrome, take a moment and look it up. Or just read…
Two years ago, Limited Run posted (in a post that seems to be down now, but covered by TechCrunch here) that they believed 80% of the traffic Facebook sent from pay per click ads were bots. The resolution seemed to be that Facebook would investigate and fix any problems.
Veritasium also …
We keep telling clients this and hopefully it sinks in soon.Source: jamespanderson
- 3 months ago
Just a story about a boy and his organ.
Everybody always talks about how getting their first 1000 users is the hardest. Until yesterday that was true for me as well. Here’s how I hit 1000 users in 1 day:
Early on I decided to keep my “Sign Up” page as bare bones as possible.
Popcorn simply lets you chat with people within 1…
Getting Web Literate
The Mozilla Foundation released its specification for a Web Literacy Standard. This, in the foundation and extended community’s view, is what people should know when participating on the Web.
Topics range from understanding the credibility of a Web site you’ve landed on; the ability to compare “information from a number of sources to judge the trustworthiness of content;” composing content for the Web (basic HTML, how to embed a video), remixing found content into something new; and basic coding with script frameworks, loops and arrays among other topics.
Take a look and see how literate you may be.
Educators teaching the Internets should explore the standard, according to Doug Belshaw, one of the standard’s creators, and consider incorporating it into their curricula.
If you’re interested in participating in the ongoing creating of the Web Literacy Standard, Mozilla places its open calls for ideas and consensus here.