[gmap zoom=15]After a few months of hard work and preparation, Charleston will officially launch its chapter of Social Media Club tonight with a panel of journalists asking them how social media’s transformed how they engage with their audience. Here’s the event page for tonight’s panel on Facebook. It’s very befitting that the kickoff event for […]
Going to try something new today — rather than destroying your streams and live-tweeting, I’ll rather post items to FriendFeed comments. That stream is embedded here for your convenience. :) If you have FriendFeed, feel free to add your thoughts on what I’m attending as well.
The Great Facebook Land Rush of 2009 is over, and I’ve come out with what I expected to get: http://facebook.com/jaredwsmith.
I’m heading to WordCampRDU this weekend in Durham, NC.
I’ve done up a quick recap of last night’s severe weather over on the Charleston Weather blog. The storm report map was sourced from the Iowa Environmental Mesonet website. They’re very progressive (geotagged storm reports using the Google Maps API, a Jabber room that relays products directly from LDM, etc.) and ridiculously useful in a […]
Charleston City Paper’s Lindsay Frost has a cool Twitter piece (jokingly subtitled “Obligatory ‘Hey, Ever Heard of Twitter?’ News Story”) which has a cool mention of the @chswx weather account. It’s really fun to see @chswx get some traction as I think we do some pretty cool stuff with it, especially as hurricane season gets […]
From the Department of Overkill: I’ve been tangling with Facebook Connect for WordPress tonight and working out a lot of kinks. I’m also trying to get Facebook and Twitter’s OAuth to coexist. What does this mean? In that once every three months I generate good discussion from a blog post here, you can use your […]
At first glance, a city joining Brightkite seems a little strange — where would a city check in if it doesn’t move? However, North Charleston’s Brightkite account could be brilliant. It could be used to check in at events at their exact locations, post pictures of those events, and create quite a marketing stream for […]