As Yahoo! prepares to undergo a publicly scrutinized reinvention of itself, I’ve got a crazy idea on how they can use some of that acquisition money – by betting the farm on Pinterest helping them regain their footing and leveraging Flickr to do it.
I’m thinking I may be seen as a little crazy by suggesting this, but in the age of engagement, shouldn’t your emails do the same thing? Shouldn’t there be a purpose behind sending them? Or are you still stuck in the world of broadcasting?
The time has come for me to practice what I preach when it comes to connecting online. The best way to start is by attempting to explain just how I got to this point… via a blog post. Hopefully some folks will have an opinion – or two.
Perhaps the question that should be asked as the character limit is expanded by Facebook for status updates is not is it enough space, but if the race to become the ultimate one-stop shop is reaching a climax or just starting to heat up?
Many of the things we do when it comes to cities are justified as ways to make them a better place for future generations. I’m just wondering if we ever really give that future a enough of chance to have a say in what we’re doing for them. I got to watch one situation where they were…