2 reasons for not blogging

I’ve found there are generally two reasons for not blogging. In December through the first week of January I have been guilty of both. Reason 1. You find your plate overflowing with multiple deadline driven tasks. In my case, it’s a string of announcements...

De-geeking Del.icio.us

Del.icio.us is a great way to keep track of anything that captures your attention on the Web and to share those things with people with similar interests. Del.icio.us tags are simply keywords you add to add context to RSS feeds, articles, Web pages, blog posts,...

Attensa on TechCrunch

I spoke with TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington last night. TechCrunch is "dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing every newly launched web 2.0 business product and service." It’s a great resource with a clean design. Michael wrote an upbeat...

What’s ahead in .98

We’re less than two weeks away from letting you get your hands on Attensa for Outlook .98. The bug list is getting shorter as the development team works their way through it. First and foremost they’re focusing on the Outlook issues. Here’s a glimpse...

Paying Attention to Your Attention

Today we spoke with Seth Goldstein, the chair of AttentionTrust.org, to learn more about the fast moving, nascent organization. AttentionTrust.org is out to create a common ground for technology providers and marketers to help consumers understand and protect the...

On the other hand…

Before we get feeling too self important…Andrew Teman has an alternative (and hilarious) viewpoint on AttentionTrust.org and podcasting for that matter.

AttentionTrust.org

A few days ago I linked to Craig Barnes call to action to start "attention.org" an industry coalition dedicated to helping consumers and businesses understand the concept of attention. Apparently Craig isn’t the only one thinking along these lines....