Pinterest is by FAR the easiest social network to spam right now. Quite possibly the easiest ever to spam. It requires almost no work to get started and no money to invest. You just have to know how the system works and how you can fix it to your advantage.
There's always someone. Worth a read though, as it helps to illuminate (a bit) some of the growth of pinterest. It's not all suburban mom's pinning pictures of the rooms they want to make for their kids.
This is a great, obsessive post about Pizzeria Bianco in Phoenix. I'm going to take a shot at this when we go out there next week. Might be a long, long wait, but we will probably try it.
I'd like to buy a franchise for this. http://tacocopter.com/
Red Lantern Bicycles, a cycling shop that opened in July on Myrtle Avenue, has gotten its beer and wine license, making it the first area bike store that will not only grease your wheels, but also lubricate your social life.
With luck, this could work here in MPLS.
Ora.tv and companies like it are trying to reach the growing number of video consumers on computers, tablets, phones and Internet-connected televisions. Google is seeding dozens of on-demand channels that are starting this year on YouTube. Netflix and Hulu are starting original shows. And Amazon is believed to be getting into the business.
Smart CPG's with content to distribute should take a good look at this.
The 39-year-old moved his pizzeria from the East Village of New York City to San Francisco in 2010, opening in mid September. An avid cyclist who owns nine custom bikes made in the Bay Area since 2003, Mangieri decided his passion for riding and the outdoors was greater than his quest for riches in the Big Apple, so he closed his doors, took a year off, got married, packed it all up, and headed west.
If this guy likes good beer, i might have a man-crush. Or, at least one more dude to hang out with on the west coast.
Great writing, as always by Gary Boulanger, an old friend who always inspires me to focus on art, craftsmanship and integrity.