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Social Media Policy Lawsuits, Part 1 of 2

Back when I first started pitching the idea of developing a social media policy for an organization, it was really two-fold. The first part was the key part to me — outline a process and rules for your organization to communicate using social media. Having a process for responding to…


Tags: internet, social media

Google Instant Preview Overview

It’s like I’m running out of novel titles or something. With the launch of Google Instant a couple months ago, the landscape for SEO changed as now site authors had to consider targeting keywords for search results that appear as the user types (see my post at Google Instant…


Tags: accessibility, Google, search, SEM, SEO, usability, UX

How Many Users Support JavaScript?

This is one of those posts I started back in mid-October and sat on, suspecting that there would be more follow-up, backlash, challenges, and general bickering. There has been some, but then it died down a bit. And then I remembered I should post this. The Yahoo Developer Network posted…


Tags: accessibility, browser, JavaScript, standards, usability, UX

Election Day Tools

If you are in the United States and not dead, it’s kind of hard to miss all the chaos leading up to election day next week. Surprisingly, not a lot of people seem to know where their voting place is or even if they are registered to vote. Conveniently, Google…


Tags: Foursquare, geolocation, Google, internet, mobile, social media

Frivolous Patents on the Web

The history of the web is littered with unexpected patent claims that feel frivolous to nearly all. These are driven partly by a terrible system for reviewing and awarding patents and a litigious society that sustains a business model of lawsuits in the hopes that some will just pay.The latest…


Tags: internet, patents, rant, standards, W3C

IE Below 50%, But Not Universally

Perhaps you’ve seen the news, read the tweets, heard web developers shouting from rooftops (which is a heck of climb from the caves in which they are usually kept) — Microsoft Internet Explorer, the browser that has caused developers so much strife, has dropped below 50% market share. It’s looking…


Tags: browser, Internet Explorer, Microsoft

Libya’s Terror Plot: Link Rot (Linkpocalypse?)

This is somewhat old news now (it’s 5 days old — an eternity) but I think it bears mentioning. The URL shortener was shut down by the Libyan government when it seized control of the domain The Libyan government runs, the registrar for all things Libyan.…


Tags: internet, rant, social media, standards

Humorous Social Media Infographics

Sometimes the best way to get the point across is with humor. A couple posts in the last couple of days are doing just that and exposing a little about how people use Facebook along with the current social media landscape. Facebook Portraits A comic / writer / designer put…


Tags: mobile, social media

Targeting the Mobile Web

Given the rise of mobile computing on phones and pads, web developers can no longer think of the sites they develop as living in the world of the desktop browser. Thankfully, things are much easier than they used to be. Developers no longer need to focus on arcane reformulations of…


Tags: browser, css, html, mobile

Buffalo Launches Social Media Club Chapter

Last night marked the official kick-off of the local chapter of the Social Media Club. If you haven’t ever heard of Social Media Club, you should take a few minutes to visit its site and familiarize yourself. Failing that, here is Social Media Club’s mission: Social Media Club’s mission is…


Tags: social media

Location-Based SM Examples in the Real World (at

This article was originally posted on, an online resource for web developers, maintained by web developers. I have granted the right to use this article on their web site, and they are the only entity with the right to reproduce it. Whenever I speak about social media I…


Tags: Brightkite, Foursquare, geolocation, Gowalla, mobile, SCVNGR, social media

IE9 Beta Getting High(er than Expected) Marks

It’s kind of hard to avoid all the coverage of IE9 this week. There are some rather in-depth reviews and analyses out there that take it apart and try to outdo each other with intricate detail in coverage. I don’t care so much about that. I’m interested in the general…


Tags: browser, css, html, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, standards