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Foursquare Predictions for SXSW and Beyond

by Alan Danzis| February 25, 2011

In just a few short weeks, it’ll be South by Southwest (SXSW) time. Two years ago, Foursquare (among other location-based services) was launched at the annual Austin event, and they already have big plans as can be seen from their official Twitter profile:   Foursquare continues to be on a roll, though, not waiting for […]

The Death of the Browser

by Gianni Catalfamo| February 19, 2011

At the LeWeb conference in Paris recently, the Mozilla Foundation discussed how to make the Web experience more “personal.” I think the heart of this discussion is the unmistakable trend, initiated by Apple, but happily followed by Google and Nokia, to constrain Web content into the tightly controlled channels represented by apps. I sometimes marvel […]

Bold Predictions for South by Southwest 2011

by Ben Foster| February 18, 2011

One of the most important digital events of the year, South By Southwest (SXSW), is less than a month away! Ketchum will be there in force with a number of colleagues participating and reporting back to the network and our clients on all the news and excitement that is sure to unfold. Before, during and […]

Oversharing

by Jonathan Kopp| February 8, 2011

“Hi, my name is Jonathan, and I am an oversharer.” That’s probably how I’ll introduce myself when I call to order the inaugural meeting of Social Media Anonymous (“SMA”), the 12-step, self-help organization I plan need to launch for me and all the other location-obsessed citizens of the mobile/social Web. What’s the issue? Where’s the […]