The top 100 tech companies granted 19% of their total ownership to non-senior-executive employees. For the rest of corporate America, that number was 2%. In other words, when it came time to share rewards with ordinary employees, the Tech 100 were ten times more generous than low-tech firms.

Yes, I just wished a brand, “happy birthday.” RT @jonathanmendez: Happy 35th birthday Apple Computer Inc.


Old Ad.com print advertisement circa 2000

Old Ad.com print advertisement circa 2000


Old print advertisement from ValueClick circa 2000.

Old print advertisement from ValueClick circa 2000.


RT @umairh: Justin Bieber’s 16 million Twitter followers are equivalent to 22% of America’s under-18 population.


RT @aweissman: “I will keep focusing on just making games I want to play” via @notch. In a nutshell, what makes Minecraft so awesome ht …


dropping my last big post of the year tomorrow. 8:15AM. Get excited. Marketing Technology of $35billion in holiday spend.


SocialGuide’s year-end look at social TV [Infographic] http://t.co/6Az2x41w via @lostremote


Using my son’s actions to validate content creation as a marketing tool over the next few years: http://t.co/e0MKhoo8


Half the companies on this Internet pixel art piece by eboy are gone http://t.co/Q9ZYb3KV