Posts Tagged ‘Developement’

WPF Sonar application using Arduino and PING))) sensor

Monday, February 8th, 2010

I’ve been playing around with the Arduino more and more lately and really wanted to find a way to make it work with my other world of C# and WPF.   The idea was to make an application that changes the screen based on how far away the user is.  The only way that I could easily think about doing it was to use an Arduino as a serial device to help communicate with the sonar sensor. 

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Working with Sketch Flow

Monday, July 13th, 2009

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.

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I almost forgot to mention this fine new publication / site The Journal of Information Architecture.  Go and read the first issue.

And if you think you’ve got something worth saying then be sure to submit while the current call for papers is open until Aug 1st.

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La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo.
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The official release of Silverlight 3 and Expression Studio 3 was last Friday and I’m really excited about how these products have been evolving. My favorite new feature is Sketch Flow, mind which I’ve been playing around with for a little while now and have found it to be a great way to build dynamic prototypes.  From my previous post on Wireframe Prototype Fidelity I would have added a bit on Sketch Flow if the product had existed at the time.  I think it fits a gap in the tools of the UX professional who works on rich interactive applications.  For myself I was either building static images in OmniGraffle or Adobe Illustrator or I was mocking things up in HTML with JavaScript.  Sometimes I’ve built stuff using Flash or even modeling and rendering an animation in 3D tools like Maya to best get the concept across. I think Sketch Flow really brings it all together for a quick way to rough out the experience. My favorite part is how Sketch Flow lets you put in fake data driven content. It’s hard to explain how awesome this is, read more to get a good understanding check out the video below.

Check out this great video introduction to using Sketch Flow from Mix earlier this year:
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To keep up to date be sure to follow the Silverlight team blog, Soma’s blog and Scott Guthrie’s blog

CodeRun – Online Development Platform

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
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a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
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a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.
Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.

Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

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a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
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If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, viagra it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, advice
but instead of suggested ads, viagra 40mg
a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter.

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.
Word of the day: clyckslexia
When a user double clicks the submit button, unhealthy
or double click web links.

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Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

Like my previous post about Social Technologies I wanted to put together a better classification model in place for digital marketing. Often it seems terms are thrown around without much standardization.

Personalization

  • Behavioral Targeting
  • IP Targeting
  • Dynamic Content Delivery
  • Research
  • Network Based Targeting
  • Segmentation

Search

  • SEO / Organic Search
  • Vertical Search
  • Paid Search
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Syndicated Search

Site Optimization

  • Creative Message Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Site Path Optimization
  • Targeted Incentives
  • Partner Site Integration

Platform Agnostic Content

  • Podcast & Video Casts
  • Web Video / VOD
  • Syndicated / Embeddable Content
  • RSS Feeds
  • Mobile Devices
  • Home Theater PC / DVR
  • Personal Content Stores
  • In-game (Xbox)

Online Advertising

  • Display
  • text links
  • rich media
  • mobile

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.
If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sales purchase but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, remedy hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail. Soon light rail service from Seatac to downtown Seattle will be available

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

If you live in Seattle you know this is a car town.  It’s nearly impossible to get to some points without the use of car.  It’s sort of sad really that a young city that appears to be full of environmentally conscious  people haven’t done more to make this city have better mass transit options.

I found this nice list of non-car ways to get around town.  Since it was buried in a random word document I thought I would share it here.  I’d give credit to the original author, sickness but I don’t know who they are.

Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan

Find everything you want to know about efforts to make Seattle the most bicycle-friendly city in the country.

Seattle Bike Maps

Before you hit the road, hit the computer – and check out the city’s best bicycle routes.

Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

Walking is the most efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly form of transportation. Find out how Seattle’s becoming the most walkable city in the nation.

Ride Share

A convenient carpool is your ticket to the HOV lanes, so you can get where you’re going faster. In four easy steps you’ll get your carpool up and running.

Seattle Monorail

Check out the country’s first full-scale commercial monorail system for trips between Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne and Downtown.

Seattle Streetcar

Since its opening, the streetcar has become an integral part of Seattle’s Center City transportation system, connecting the Downtown Retail Core, Denny Triangle and South Lake Union areas.

Transportation Connection

The Transportation Connection is your one stop shop for alternatives to driving and parking in downtown Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Trip Planner

Trip Planner helps you get where you’re going with information and schedules for all public transit in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Walk Score

Type any address to get its Walk Score – a measure of the walkability of the surrounding neighborhood, courtesy of Front Seat Management.

Zipcar

Owning a car is expense, so try Zipcar – the nation’s largest car-sharing service. Just complete an online application, receive your Zipcard and you can begin driving right away.

Bike Buddy

Meet up with a bike mentor to review equipment, map a route or join you for a test ride.

Sound Transit

Trip maps, ride alerts, schedules and project updates on the region’s transit system. This summer, check out Sounder Commuter rail and Tacoma Link Light Rail.

Washington State Ferries

Come take a ride on the nation’s largest ferry system. Enjoy some of the best views of city – from Elliott Bay.

Elliott Bay Water Taxi

Water taxi service between Pier 55 and the Seacrest Dock in West Seattle takes about 12 minutes. Buses are synched to take you to Alki Beach.

I’ve been thinking about this for a couple of days now and what we really need is a Twitter affiliate ad network like service.  I often post tweets about products I like or things that I find interesting.  In most cases that is valuable to those companies.  I’ve done some small tests with my twitter account @futileboy and found that my click through is very high for each post about 7% of my followers click my links.  Which is a much higher number then online ads get.  Of course that’s because my links are not always trying to sell something.  On twitter if you stop being genuine the people see that and stop following you.

Aside from all that, cheap
it would be great if there was service for users of twitter to make a little money off of their recommendations.  What I would like to see is a service that’s sort of like Google Adsense, remedy but instead of suggested ads, a user would type in the product they are about to promote and then if available receive a URL with their code and the clients in it. along with a short URL version that’s easy to post to Twitter. 

Companies could go one step further with this, on demand adverting, and even offer discounts to top influencer’s followers.  Which in turn would give the tweeter more street cred.  Just imagine a tweet from someone you follow pointing out a product you’re interested in and a discount if you click the link now.  This may be just enough to push someone in to purchasing.

Would this service get abused? OF course it will.  However the natural filtering process of over advertising will ultimately make authentic influencers stand out.

Sure it’s a little evil, but if someone is willing to pay for it and someone is willing to take that money in the offer then the service should exist.

I’ll be at PDC

Sunday, October 26th, 2008

Microsoft PDC 2008

Microsoft PDC 2008

What’s PDC? It’s the Professional Developers Conference put on by Microsoft. It’s one of the biggest events they put on for developers. I’m really excited about this one because of the Windows 7 announcements and sessions. I’ll do my best to live / semi-live blog the event. I’m going to do a test an use my OLPC for blogging at the event since it’s so much easier to lug around. Of course maybe someone from MS will see me running Sugar as the OS and help hook me up with the version of Windows XP that runs on it instead :P.

If you’re reading this and you’re attending PDC then hit me up on Twitter @futileboy

If you want to learn more about PDC then check out this sites:

Resources for Learning Silverlight

Monday, August 11th, 2008

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, unhealthy which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, unhealthy which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, medicine ailment which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, unhealthy which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, medicine ailment which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, medicine ailment which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, check which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, viagra some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage.
F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of 2D barcodes appearing all the time. Some that look like black and white static and others that look more like crop circles. They are no longer limited to just black & white either.

Microsoft has recently introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg

http://reader.kaywa.com/
047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, unhealthy which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, medicine ailment which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, medicine ailment which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, check which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, viagra some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage.
F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, medicine ailment which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage. F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, check which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, viagra some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage.
F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

047267E4-437F-4E31-8A93-EB22454AEE33.jpg You’ve all seen them before on your mail and packages. They are starting to turn up all over the place. It’s also becoming a much more complicated landscape. There are more and more types of two-dimensional matrix barcode appearing all the time. The majority of them are consisting of black and white square modules arranged in either a square or rectangular pattern, check which gives them that television static look. They are however no longer limited to just black & white or square in shape. There are others that look more like crop circles, viagra some that actually have pictures in them and some based on color triangles.

Microsoft has introduced their own version that they call the High Capacity Color Barcode. This version has both a 4 color and 8 color version that offer a much more data storage.
F184F3C6-1C05-42B9-908D-1C2F8D86F5E5.jpg
An interesting aspect to the High Capacity Color Barcode is that is supports RSA signatures. With it’s long list of features and data density it’s your best option for actually storing information that needs to be physically printed on a surface. The only challenge with Microsoft’s solution is that there isn’t any easy way to use them yet. As of this time there are no public readers available for cell phones or online.

7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpgHowever with today’s always online technology and readers based in cellphone, I’m personally interested in ShotCode’s solution. They are focusing on mobile tagging that work sort of like a TinyURL in that they only contain a link to a URL. To use a ShotCode you can use generate one for free on their site. To decode you can Download a ShotCode mobile barcode reader from their site or choose from a few option for the iPhone from the App store.

It’s interesting to see how these codes are starting to take off in general use. The site Semapedia is all about creating links between real world objects and Wikipedia. On their site you can enter in the Wikipedia URLs and create a DIY printable sticker sheet, that you can then go and tag objects with. Everyone should go and create some and stick them on stuff.

The QR Codes seem to have become the most used in advertising right now thanks to their success in Japan. It’s the code that I myself have noticed more and more in public spaces and adds.

So which one is the best? For me it’s the one that is easiest and cheapest to create and scan back in. For that I’m leaning on the QR Code at the top of the list followed by DataMatrix and the ShotCode. I’m interested in using the HCCB, but will have to wait.

Here’s a little sample of some of the matrix codes I could find:

7F182508-E757-49BA-B161-DEAC2CEE5177.jpg
DataMatrix Code
2332ED78-4147-4689-B08F-5EFBC2AECFD4.jpg
Aztec Code
EF4777BB-65EE-4949-8D4B-FAB8F0BF71A0.jpg
QR Code
2F307FAE-2411-4DDB-8DF5-A0D51C518137.jpg
Bee Tagg
7F9988A1-FE11-4C70-8978-51B4EC3653C2.jpg
ShotCode
E46636BD-1A8B-4020-BB61-4833210FA6A8.jpg
BlotCode
CBA7C8C1-F2B2-4F87-8C7A-035B122529EC.jpg
PDF417
A693459F-5D72-487D-B07C-240BEA45A7A5.jpg
MaxiCode
CB50D368-52E4-4D47-8D4F-ADCA4B2C6F44.jpg
Codeblock-F
8DC8D4B6-3A4B-46F7-8918-E5D9C260FC51.jpg
HCCB
CF872888-0B65-45BF-AB77-B85877B4AAF9.jpg
Snowflake code
D41D65FC-D000-4274-9D2D-636E10663570.jpg
ColorZip

There are two excellent Silverlight 2.0 books now on the market:

If anyone out there has any recommendations let me know and I’ll update the list.

SEO for Silverlight

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

I’ve got a problem.  A problem with Outlook and Exchange.  You see I have two exchange accounts on two different servers.  This is problem that I thought was rare at first, information pills
but I’m finding more and more that folks who work in the consulting space are having this challenge when their clients are using MS Exchange. 

On my mac, tadalafil
this isn’t really a big problem because I Entourage actually supports multiple Exchange servers.

On the PC side though, Outlook wants nothing to do with my multiple Exchange servers accounts.

To set up support for two accounts I had to go in to the control panel and locate the mail icon.

image

Then from there users have to figure out the very abstract user interface of what to do next.

image

Nope not “E-mail Accounts”  I need to create a new Profile.

image

I’ve already created a new profile, but this is where you’d click Add.

Give it a name that explains the account to you

image

Then you have to fill out this for and will try to auto configure your account

image

These seems to work most of the time.

So now you have two profiles.  Here’s where it gets annoying.  These profiles have no awareness of each other.  So if you get a meeting request in one and accept it, it will only be visible in that accounts calendar.

Then when you switch profiles you have no way to take that information with you.

Here’s where I’m using Google Calendar Sync.

It’s not perfect, but it does help.

image 

Once set up it will sync my Google calendar with my Outlook calendar.  Then when I switch profiles from one Outlook session to the next.  Google’s Calendar Sync stays active.  It will then begin syncing the information from my current profile.  

Of course the big issue here is that I have to continue switching my outlook profiles back and forth during the day to make sure all the information is up to date.  It’s still possible to receive a meeting request for the same time in both accounts.  Accept in one switch profiles.  Then accept in the other before Google get’s the calendars synced and I can create a conflict.

What Exchange really need to do is offer this a service feed directly from the server so that I don’t have to go through Outlook to activate all.

Phew!  That’s a lot of work just to make sure I don’t double book myself.

Of course this all gets much worse once you start to open yourself to other scheduling services like evite and upcoming.

Sometimes I have to remind myself that computers are supposed to make life easier not harder.

I’ve got a problem.  A problem with Outlook and Exchange.  You see I have two exchange accounts on two different servers.  This is problem that I thought was rare at first, information pills
but I’m finding more and more that folks who work in the consulting space are having this challenge when their clients are using MS Exchange. 

On my mac, tadalafil
this isn’t really a big problem because I Entourage actually supports multiple Exchange servers.

On the PC side though, Outlook wants nothing to do with my multiple Exchange servers accounts.

To set up support for two accounts I had to go in to the control panel and locate the mail icon.

image

Then from there users have to figure out the very abstract user interface of what to do next.

image

Nope not “E-mail Accounts”  I need to create a new Profile.

image

I’ve already created a new profile, but this is where you’d click Add.

Give it a name that explains the account to you

image

Then you have to fill out this for and will try to auto configure your account

image

These seems to work most of the time.

So now you have two profiles.  Here’s where it gets annoying.  These profiles have no awareness of each other.  So if you get a meeting request in one and accept it, it will only be visible in that accounts calendar.

Then when you switch profiles you have no way to take that information with you.

Here’s where I’m using Google Calendar Sync.

It’s not perfect, but it does help.

image 

Once set up it will sync my Google calendar with my Outlook calendar.  Then when I switch profiles from one Outlook session to the next.  Google’s Calendar Sync stays active.  It will then begin syncing the information from my current profile.  

Of course the big issue here is that I have to continue switching my outlook profiles back and forth during the day to make sure all the information is up to date.  It’s still possible to receive a meeting request for the same time in both accounts.  Accept in one switch profiles.  Then accept in the other before Google get’s the calendars synced and I can create a conflict.

What Exchange really need to do is offer this a service feed directly from the server so that I don’t have to go through Outlook to activate all.

Phew!  That’s a lot of work just to make sure I don’t double book myself.

Of course this all gets much worse once you start to open yourself to other scheduling services like evite and upcoming.

Sometimes I have to remind myself that computers are supposed to make life easier not harder.

I’ve got a problem.  A problem with Outlook and Exchange.  You see I have two exchange accounts on two different servers.  This is problem that I thought was rare at first, information pills
but I’m finding more and more that folks who work in the consulting space are having this challenge when their clients are using MS Exchange. 

On my mac, tadalafil
this isn’t really a big problem because I Entourage actually supports multiple Exchange servers.

On the PC side though, Outlook wants nothing to do with my multiple Exchange servers accounts.

To set up support for two accounts I had to go in to the control panel and locate the mail icon.

image

Then from there users have to figure out the very abstract user interface of what to do next.

image

Nope not “E-mail Accounts”  I need to create a new Profile.

image

I’ve already created a new profile, but this is where you’d click Add.

Give it a name that explains the account to you

image

Then you have to fill out this for and will try to auto configure your account

image

These seems to work most of the time.

So now you have two profiles.  Here’s where it gets annoying.  These profiles have no awareness of each other.  So if you get a meeting request in one and accept it, it will only be visible in that accounts calendar.

Then when you switch profiles you have no way to take that information with you.

Here’s where I’m using Google Calendar Sync.

It’s not perfect, but it does help.

image 

Once set up it will sync my Google calendar with my Outlook calendar.  Then when I switch profiles from one Outlook session to the next.  Google’s Calendar Sync stays active.  It will then begin syncing the information from my current profile.  

Of course the big issue here is that I have to continue switching my outlook profiles back and forth during the day to make sure all the information is up to date.  It’s still possible to receive a meeting request for the same time in both accounts.  Accept in one switch profiles.  Then accept in the other before Google get’s the calendars synced and I can create a conflict.

What Exchange really need to do is offer this a service feed directly from the server so that I don’t have to go through Outlook to activate all.

Phew!  That’s a lot of work just to make sure I don’t double book myself.

Of course this all gets much worse once you start to open yourself to other scheduling services like evite and upcoming.

Sometimes I have to remind myself that computers are supposed to make life easier not harder.

I’ve got a problem.  A problem with Outlook and Exchange.  You see I have two exchange accounts on two different servers.  This is problem that I thought was rare at first, information pills
but I’m finding more and more that folks who work in the consulting space are having this challenge when their clients are using MS Exchange. 

On my mac, tadalafil
this isn’t really a big problem because I Entourage actually supports multiple Exchange servers.

On the PC side though, Outlook wants nothing to do with my multiple Exchange servers accounts.

To set up support for two accounts I had to go in to the control panel and locate the mail icon.

image

Then from there users have to figure out the very abstract user interface of what to do next.

image

Nope not “E-mail Accounts”  I need to create a new Profile.

image

I’ve already created a new profile, but this is where you’d click Add.

Give it a name that explains the account to you

image

Then you have to fill out this for and will try to auto configure your account

image

These seems to work most of the time.

So now you have two profiles.  Here’s where it gets annoying.  These profiles have no awareness of each other.  So if you get a meeting request in one and accept it, it will only be visible in that accounts calendar.

Then when you switch profiles you have no way to take that information with you.

Here’s where I’m using Google Calendar Sync.

It’s not perfect, but it does help.

image 

Once set up it will sync my Google calendar with my Outlook calendar.  Then when I switch profiles from one Outlook session to the next.  Google’s Calendar Sync stays active.  It will then begin syncing the information from my current profile.  

Of course the big issue here is that I have to continue switching my outlook profiles back and forth during the day to make sure all the information is up to date.  It’s still possible to receive a meeting request for the same time in both accounts.  Accept in one switch profiles.  Then accept in the other before Google get’s the calendars synced and I can create a conflict.

What Exchange really need to do is offer this a service feed directly from the server so that I don’t have to go through Outlook to activate all.

Phew!  That’s a lot of work just to make sure I don’t double book myself.

Of course this all gets much worse once you start to open yourself to other scheduling services like evite and upcoming.

Sometimes I have to remind myself that computers are supposed to make life easier not harder.

There are more challenges when it comes to optimizing for search engines to consume your content if it is a dynamic Rich UI application that doesn’t rely on Ajax. While Google is able to pick up Flash SWF files during its crawl, gynecologist
this does not guarantee that the content is parsed correctly or given the same weight as any other file formats or a pure HTML/AJAX page. Worse, disorder
if the application uses a web service, page
how can it be guaranteed that all the pages are crawled and returned correctly?

In most cases you will need to make sure that the page hosting the application has some html text that describes the application and what it offers. So in essence treat the page in the same way you would HTML.

When possible expose the content of the application so that it too can be indexed.

Simple Silverlight application – XAML to XHTML with XSLT

For a Silverlight element that contains all of its content in the XAML the best method would be to transforms the XAML using XSLT into friendly XHTML. The goal is to contain the translated XAML into a <div> element that would be replaced by the Silverlight control. Search engines would find the XHTML while browsers with Silverlight installed would see the Silverlight app.

 

   1: <div id="SLHost">
   2:     <asp:Xml ID="XHTML" runat="server" DocumentSource="seo.xaml"
   3:   TransformSource="XAML2XHTML.xslt" EnableViewState="False"/>
   4:     <script type="text/JavaScript">
   5:         createSilverlight();
   6:     </script>
   7: </div>

Then use the following XAML2XHTML.xslt

   1: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
   2:  
   3: <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"
   4:     xmlns:sl="http://schemas.microsoft.com/client/2007"
   5:     xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"
   6:     exclude-result-prefixes="sl">
   7:  
   8:   <xsl:output omit-xml-declaration="yes" indent="yes"/>
   9:  
  10:   <xsl:template match="/">
  11:     <xsl:comment>This is the text that is in the Silverlight XAML:</xsl:comment>
  12:     <xsl:apply-templates select="*"/>
  13:   </xsl:template>
  14:  
  15:   <xsl:template match="sl:Canvas">
  16:     <div>
  17:       <xsl:apply-templates select="*"/>
  18:     </div>
  19:   </xsl:template>
  20:  
  21:   <xsl:template match="node()"/>
  22:  
  23:   <xsl:template match="sl:Image">
  24:     <div>
  25:       <img src="{@Source}"/>
  26:     </div>
  27:   </xsl:template>
  28:   <xsl:template match="sl:MediaElement">
  29:     <div class="Media">
  30:       <a href="{@Source}">Media</a>
  31:     </div>
  32:   </xsl:template>
  33:  
  34:   <xsl:template match="sl:TextBlock">
  35:     <div>
  36:       <xsl:value-of select="@Text"/>
  37:       <xsl:value-of select="text()"/>
  38:       <xsl:apply-templates select="*"/>
  39:     </div>
  40:   </xsl:template>
  41:   <xsl:template match="sl:LineBreak">
  42:     <br/>
  43:   </xsl:template>
  44:  
  45:   <xsl:template match="sl:Run">
  46:     <span>
  47:       <xsl:value-of select="@Text"/>
  48:       <xsl:value-of select="text()"/>
  49:     </span>
  50:   </xsl:template>
  51: </xsl:stylesheet>

 

Handling more advanced Silverlight applications

How do you design an application that could have dynamic content and robust interaction while at the same time enable a web crawler to understand and categorize the underlying content correctly? Unfortunately there is no simple answer or single correct answer. It depends highly on the application’s purpose. In some situations there will be no way to offer the content of the application up to spider outside of the application. In this case it’s best to have as much meta information on the page hosting the application as possible. By following the standard HTML methods in this document you can still extend the indexability of your application by making sure external links are properly formatted and that high ranking sites link to your application.

Detect and Serve

It requires a little more work up front from a development standpoint to go this route, but if you really have a strong need to get the content in your application indexed then this will be the best approach. The goal is to develop the code of the site to be delivered in multiple formats based on the user agent that is accessing the content. This isn’t all that uncommon anyway with the large range of browser and devices out there that are consuming the web already. Most applications are built with the data stored separately from the interaction in a database or local XML document. The site would have to be built so that it can serve up HTML pages for those who don’t have Flex/Flash/Silverlight installed. Plus, we could potentially change these pages for mobile devices like the iPhone that don’t yet support Flash or Silverlight.

It’s also recommend to have some enticement or value proposition to explain to real users why it would be beneficial to add the plug-ins required to get the optimal experience.

The goal would be to have clients that have the plug-in or runtime installed, would be provided the rich interaction. On those that don’t, a functional page in HTML will be provided. More importantly, to the search engines, these pages that are generated will be tagged and indexed correctly, making the content of our applications visible and increase their visibility.

Calling Web Services Asynchronously with ASP.NET

Tuesday, June 17th, 2008

Very nice introduction to web services with ASP.NET video.

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This was perfect for what I’m working on today.

Windows 7 multitouch

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

This is why the Scion xB is an always will be the sweetest ride around.

I mean look what it’s done here. It’s like the pool in Cocoon.
This is why the Scion xB is an always will be the sweetest ride around.

I mean look what it’s done here. It’s like the pool in Cocoon.

I’m looking forward to see what comes of this.

I’m not sure if anyone is paying attention, cystitis apoplectic but there’s s market for odd bluetooth enabled input devices.
This is why the Scion xB is an always will be the sweetest ride around.

I mean look what it’s done here. It’s like the pool in Cocoon.

I’m looking forward to see what comes of this.

I’m not sure if anyone is paying attention, cystitis apoplectic but there’s s market for odd bluetooth enabled input devices.

I’m looking forward to see what comes of this.

I’m not sure if anyone is paying attention, cystitis apoplectic but there’s s market for odd bluetooth enabled input devices.
Looks like some “Windows 7” multitouch is starting to, capsule er, sickness surface.
Video: Multi-Touch in Windows 7

personally, here this doesn’t seem that special. WPF has had the ability to author multitouch for a little while now. There just hasn’t been any hardware except the Wii hacks and the Surface.

Oh and a side note. This is the first time I’ve seen someone use MSN’s Soapbox.

WPF Multitouch Framework demonstration

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

2512159922_f5fa552a18 I picked up the Essential Silverlight 2.0 book while I was at the Web 2.0 Expo.  I’ve been meaning to share.  It’s the first time I’ve purchased an “Up To Date” book from O’Reilly.  I’m waiting form my first update to come in the mail.

To update your book you have the  option to print out the pages or view them online for free, adiposity but I like the idea of updating the book itself. 

To put in the new pages all you have to do is pop the little metal posts out from the plastic cover then add in the pages.

The idea behind O’Reilly’s “Up To Date” books

For publishers of printed technology books, stuff it’s always been challenging to get a book written, edited, printed, and delivered while the content of the book is still relevant and needed by the audience. Some of our readers are happy to have the information they need delivered quickly in electronic form, but we hear from others that they still prefer the actual printed page. The Up-to-Date format is our answer to the need to deliver information on new technologies quickly, yet in printed form. And the beauty of it is that the book can take shape right along with the software, providing coverage of the CTPs, betas, and RTM releases as they become available.

Because the cover is plastic I have noticed a small issue in that the printing seems to flake off from the cover.  Hopefully they find a way to fix this in future version.  Of course I’d be super happy if they had a version that would work on my Sony Reader too.

Oh, and the book is very good too, but that’s another post!

2512159922_f5fa552a18 I picked up the Essential Silverlight 2.0 book while I was at the Web 2.0 Expo.  I’ve been meaning to share.  It’s the first time I’ve purchased an “Up To Date” book from O’Reilly.  I’m waiting form my first update to come in the mail.

To update your book you have the  option to print out the pages or view them online for free, adiposity but I like the idea of updating the book itself. 

To put in the new pages all you have to do is pop the little metal posts out from the plastic cover then add in the pages.

The idea behind O’Reilly’s “Up To Date” books

For publishers of printed technology books, stuff it’s always been challenging to get a book written, edited, printed, and delivered while the content of the book is still relevant and needed by the audience. Some of our readers are happy to have the information they need delivered quickly in electronic form, but we hear from others that they still prefer the actual printed page. The Up-to-Date format is our answer to the need to deliver information on new technologies quickly, yet in printed form. And the beauty of it is that the book can take shape right along with the software, providing coverage of the CTPs, betas, and RTM releases as they become available.

Because the cover is plastic I have noticed a small issue in that the printing seems to flake off from the cover.  Hopefully they find a way to fix this in future version.  Of course I’d be super happy if they had a version that would work on my Sony Reader too.

Oh, and the book is very good too, but that’s another post!

For a short period of time I had a column here on Futile that was called Ask Dr. Ryan.  Futile has evolved much over the years.  I thought I would share some good stuff from the past with you all.

Q: What do you think is a funnier joke: “I just flew in from New York and boy are my arms tired” or “A man walked into a bar- it hurt.” 

A: Hmmm…

Many a day I have pondered these very hilarious jokes and asked myself, treatment troche “which one is funnier?”

Well I’d have to say without a doubt the “boy are my arms tired” one. I usually open up any business meeting with this one to help break the ice. It’s good practice to start out a public speech with a good joke and boy oh boy this is a good one. I even know it in other languages too.

French: J’ai juste volé dedans de New York et le garçon sont mes bras fatigués
Ha ha.

German: Ich flog gerade innen von New York und Junge sind meine ermüdeten Arme
Ho ho har.

Italian: Ho volato appena dentro da New York ed il ragazzo è i miei bracci stancato
Oh my!

Spanish: Acabo de volar adentro de Nueva York y el muchacho es mis brazos cansados
Ay Carumba!

 

Q: Sometimes when I turn my car on, physiotherapy it makes this one noise, which is kind of weird, and then that thingy kind of gets all strange, and I don’t want to have to pay a mechanic, so can you tell me how to fix it myself?

A: Use a wrench. Pop the hood or just climb under it if you can’t figure out how to open the hood. When under the car be sure to put the parking break on and turn off the car. My uncle Wally got killed sticking himself under a running car. I think my aunt set the whole thing up now that I think about.

Anyway, Take the wrench and find the bolt closest to gray dirty thing where the engine should be. Grab hold of it and turn. If anything leaks out or falls on you then it should be the right one. Remove the bolt. Clean the bolt and then replace it.

Pack up your tools and pat yourself on the back you’ve just fixed your car!

 

Q: This is my first visit to your site and I already feel smarter — thanks! But I have one question: Today is only July 8, yet your answers are for the week of July 10. Stranger still, the questions were all asked on May 8 and May 9. So, my question is, what’s up with the dates? If you are miraculously able to answer questions two days before the site goes online, how come it takes two *months* for you to respond in the first place? Can you travel through time or are you just slow?

Please respond immediately (i.e., the day before yesterday)! Thank you in advance for helping me sleep better the night before last.

A: Thanks for this very insightful question. It makes me feel warm all over to know that my readers have actually been paying attention to these details. There are many secrets here at the lab of Dr. Ryan, many of which even I do not know.

The answer is simple. Time travel. It’s what makes all things possible. This is how I adopted myself when I was a little tyke and taught myself everything I know today.

 

Q: What exactly is the difference between hot dogs, weeners, and franks? And which type should I buy for consumption. Are there any other uses for hotdog type products that I am not currently aware of?

A: Hot dogs: In Sweden, hot dogs are an integral part of the culture. This is a result of the Swedish cultural elites’ fondness of the ‘old times’, the 50’s and 60’s, when Sweden was the richest country in the world and the Swedish countryside was safe and cozy (if cold).

Frank: He was an uncle of mine. Nice guy. He liked to wear plaid things and dance in a conga line.

Weeners or wieners: According to Oscar Meyer, the first wienermobile was built in 1936. Its 13 feet of good American-made metal made people’s heads spin. I think this was the greatest design achievement of the year. Other less notable things happened that year as well. For example, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water House was built.

After taste-testing all sorts of tube-shaped foods, our crack scientific staff felt that my uncle Frank had by far the best taste.

As far as other uses for hotdog type products, we found them to be really tasty when added to lime Jell-O.

2512159922_f5fa552a18 I picked up the Essential Silverlight 2.0 book while I was at the Web 2.0 Expo.  I’ve been meaning to share.  It’s the first time I’ve purchased an “Up To Date” book from O’Reilly.  I’m waiting form my first update to come in the mail.

To update your book you have the  option to print out the pages or view them online for free, adiposity but I like the idea of updating the book itself. 

To put in the new pages all you have to do is pop the little metal posts out from the plastic cover then add in the pages.

The idea behind O’Reilly’s “Up To Date” books

For publishers of printed technology books, stuff it’s always been challenging to get a book written, edited, printed, and delivered while the content of the book is still relevant and needed by the audience. Some of our readers are happy to have the information they need delivered quickly in electronic form, but we hear from others that they still prefer the actual printed page. The Up-to-Date format is our answer to the need to deliver information on new technologies quickly, yet in printed form. And the beauty of it is that the book can take shape right along with the software, providing coverage of the CTPs, betas, and RTM releases as they become available.

Because the cover is plastic I have noticed a small issue in that the printing seems to flake off from the cover.  Hopefully they find a way to fix this in future version.  Of course I’d be super happy if they had a version that would work on my Sony Reader too.

Oh, and the book is very good too, but that’s another post!

For a short period of time I had a column here on Futile that was called Ask Dr. Ryan.  Futile has evolved much over the years.  I thought I would share some good stuff from the past with you all.

Q: What do you think is a funnier joke: “I just flew in from New York and boy are my arms tired” or “A man walked into a bar- it hurt.” 

A: Hmmm…

Many a day I have pondered these very hilarious jokes and asked myself, treatment troche “which one is funnier?”

Well I’d have to say without a doubt the “boy are my arms tired” one. I usually open up any business meeting with this one to help break the ice. It’s good practice to start out a public speech with a good joke and boy oh boy this is a good one. I even know it in other languages too.

French: J’ai juste volé dedans de New York et le garçon sont mes bras fatigués
Ha ha.

German: Ich flog gerade innen von New York und Junge sind meine ermüdeten Arme
Ho ho har.

Italian: Ho volato appena dentro da New York ed il ragazzo è i miei bracci stancato
Oh my!

Spanish: Acabo de volar adentro de Nueva York y el muchacho es mis brazos cansados
Ay Carumba!

 

Q: Sometimes when I turn my car on, physiotherapy it makes this one noise, which is kind of weird, and then that thingy kind of gets all strange, and I don’t want to have to pay a mechanic, so can you tell me how to fix it myself?

A: Use a wrench. Pop the hood or just climb under it if you can’t figure out how to open the hood. When under the car be sure to put the parking break on and turn off the car. My uncle Wally got killed sticking himself under a running car. I think my aunt set the whole thing up now that I think about.

Anyway, Take the wrench and find the bolt closest to gray dirty thing where the engine should be. Grab hold of it and turn. If anything leaks out or falls on you then it should be the right one. Remove the bolt. Clean the bolt and then replace it.

Pack up your tools and pat yourself on the back you’ve just fixed your car!

 

Q: This is my first visit to your site and I already feel smarter — thanks! But I have one question: Today is only July 8, yet your answers are for the week of July 10. Stranger still, the questions were all asked on May 8 and May 9. So, my question is, what’s up with the dates? If you are miraculously able to answer questions two days before the site goes online, how come it takes two *months* for you to respond in the first place? Can you travel through time or are you just slow?

Please respond immediately (i.e., the day before yesterday)! Thank you in advance for helping me sleep better the night before last.

A: Thanks for this very insightful question. It makes me feel warm all over to know that my readers have actually been paying attention to these details. There are many secrets here at the lab of Dr. Ryan, many of which even I do not know.

The answer is simple. Time travel. It’s what makes all things possible. This is how I adopted myself when I was a little tyke and taught myself everything I know today.

 

Q: What exactly is the difference between hot dogs, weeners, and franks? And which type should I buy for consumption. Are there any other uses for hotdog type products that I am not currently aware of?

A: Hot dogs: In Sweden, hot dogs are an integral part of the culture. This is a result of the Swedish cultural elites’ fondness of the ‘old times’, the 50’s and 60’s, when Sweden was the richest country in the world and the Swedish countryside was safe and cozy (if cold).

Frank: He was an uncle of mine. Nice guy. He liked to wear plaid things and dance in a conga line.

Weeners or wieners: According to Oscar Meyer, the first wienermobile was built in 1936. Its 13 feet of good American-made metal made people’s heads spin. I think this was the greatest design achievement of the year. Other less notable things happened that year as well. For example, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water House was built.

After taste-testing all sorts of tube-shaped foods, our crack scientific staff felt that my uncle Frank had by far the best taste.

As far as other uses for hotdog type products, we found them to be really tasty when added to lime Jell-O.

For a short period of time I had a column here on Futile that was called Ask Dr. Ryan.  Futile has evolved much over the years.  I thought I would share some good stuff from the past with you all.

Q: What do you think is a funnier joke: “I just flew in from New York and boy are my arms tired” or “A man walked into a bar- it hurt.” 

A: Hmmm…

Many a day I have pondered these very hilarious jokes and asked myself, treatment troche “which one is funnier?”

Well I’d have to say without a doubt the “boy are my arms tired” one. I usually open up any business meeting with this one to help break the ice. It’s good practice to start out a public speech with a good joke and boy oh boy this is a good one. I even know it in other languages too.

French: J’ai juste volé dedans de New York et le garçon sont mes bras fatigués
Ha ha.

German: Ich flog gerade innen von New York und Junge sind meine ermüdeten Arme
Ho ho har.

Italian: Ho volato appena dentro da New York ed il ragazzo è i miei bracci stancato
Oh my!

Spanish: Acabo de volar adentro de Nueva York y el muchacho es mis brazos cansados
Ay Carumba!

 

Q: Sometimes when I turn my car on, physiotherapy it makes this one noise, which is kind of weird, and then that thingy kind of gets all strange, and I don’t want to have to pay a mechanic, so can you tell me how to fix it myself?

A: Use a wrench. Pop the hood or just climb under it if you can’t figure out how to open the hood. When under the car be sure to put the parking break on and turn off the car. My uncle Wally got killed sticking himself under a running car. I think my aunt set the whole thing up now that I think about.

Anyway, Take the wrench and find the bolt closest to gray dirty thing where the engine should be. Grab hold of it and turn. If anything leaks out or falls on you then it should be the right one. Remove the bolt. Clean the bolt and then replace it.

Pack up your tools and pat yourself on the back you’ve just fixed your car!

 

Q: This is my first visit to your site and I already feel smarter — thanks! But I have one question: Today is only July 8, yet your answers are for the week of July 10. Stranger still, the questions were all asked on May 8 and May 9. So, my question is, what’s up with the dates? If you are miraculously able to answer questions two days before the site goes online, how come it takes two *months* for you to respond in the first place? Can you travel through time or are you just slow?

Please respond immediately (i.e., the day before yesterday)! Thank you in advance for helping me sleep better the night before last.

A: Thanks for this very insightful question. It makes me feel warm all over to know that my readers have actually been paying attention to these details. There are many secrets here at the lab of Dr. Ryan, many of which even I do not know.

The answer is simple. Time travel. It’s what makes all things possible. This is how I adopted myself when I was a little tyke and taught myself everything I know today.

 

Q: What exactly is the difference between hot dogs, weeners, and franks? And which type should I buy for consumption. Are there any other uses for hotdog type products that I am not currently aware of?

A: Hot dogs: In Sweden, hot dogs are an integral part of the culture. This is a result of the Swedish cultural elites’ fondness of the ‘old times’, the 50’s and 60’s, when Sweden was the richest country in the world and the Swedish countryside was safe and cozy (if cold).

Frank: He was an uncle of mine. Nice guy. He liked to wear plaid things and dance in a conga line.

Weeners or wieners: According to Oscar Meyer, the first wienermobile was built in 1936. Its 13 feet of good American-made metal made people’s heads spin. I think this was the greatest design achievement of the year. Other less notable things happened that year as well. For example, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water House was built.

After taste-testing all sorts of tube-shaped foods, our crack scientific staff felt that my uncle Frank had by far the best taste.

As far as other uses for hotdog type products, we found them to be really tasty when added to lime Jell-O.

For a short period of time I had a column here on Futile that was called Ask Dr. Ryan.  Futile has evolved much over the years.  I thought I would share some good stuff from the past with you all.

Q: What do you think is a funnier joke: “I just flew in from New York and boy are my arms tired” or “A man walked into a bar- it hurt.” 

A: Hmmm…

Many a day I have pondered these very hilarious jokes and asked myself, troche “which one is funnier?”

Well I’d have to say without a doubt the “boy are my arms tired” one. I usually open up any business meeting with this one to help break the ice. It’s good practice to start out a public speech with a good joke and boy oh boy this is a good one. I even know it in other languages too.

French: J’ai juste volé dedans de New York et le garçon sont mes bras fatigués
Ha ha.

German: Ich flog gerade innen von New York und Junge sind meine ermüdeten Arme
Ho ho har.

Italian: Ho volato appena dentro da New York ed il ragazzo è i miei bracci stancato
Oh my!

Spanish: Acabo de volar adentro de Nueva York y el muchacho es mis brazos cansados
Ay Carumba!

 

Q: Sometimes when I turn my car on, it makes this one noise, which is kind of weird, and then that thingy kind of gets all strange, and I don’t want to have to pay a mechanic, so can you tell me how to fix it myself?

A: Use a wrench. Pop the hood or just climb under it if you can’t figure out how to open the hood. When under the car be sure to put the parking break on and turn off the car. My uncle Wally got killed sticking himself under a running car. I think my aunt set the whole thing up now that I think about.

Anyway, Take the wrench and find the bolt closest to gray dirty thing where the engine should be. Grab hold of it and turn. If anything leaks out or falls on you then it should be the right one. Remove the bolt. Clean the bolt and then replace it.

Pack up your tools and pat yourself on the back you’ve just fixed your car!

 

Q: This is my first visit to your site and I already feel smarter — thanks! But I have one question: Today is only July 8, yet your answers are for the week of July 10. Stranger still, the questions were all asked on May 8 and May 9. So, my question is, what’s up with the dates? If you are miraculously able to answer questions two days before the site goes online, how come it takes two *months* for you to respond in the first place? Can you travel through time or are you just slow?

Please respond immediately (i.e., the day before yesterday)! Thank you in advance for helping me sleep better the night before last.

A: Thanks for this very insightful question. It makes me feel warm all over to know that my readers have actually been paying attention to these details. There are many secrets here at the lab of Dr. Ryan, many of which even I do not know.

The answer is simple. Time travel. It’s what makes all things possible. This is how I adopted myself when I was a little tyke and taught myself everything I know today.

 

Q: What exactly is the difference between hot dogs, weeners, and franks? And which type should I buy for consumption. Are there any other uses for hotdog type products that I am not currently aware of?

A: Hot dogs: In Sweden, hot dogs are an integral part of the culture. This is a result of the Swedish cultural elites’ fondness of the ‘old times’, the 50’s and 60’s, when Sweden was the richest country in the world and the Swedish countryside was safe and cozy (if cold).

Frank: He was an uncle of mine. Nice guy. He liked to wear plaid things and dance in a conga line.

Weeners or wieners: According to Oscar Meyer, the first wienermobile was built in 1936. Its 13 feet of good American-made metal made people’s heads spin. I think this was the greatest design achievement of the year. Other less notable things happened that year as well. For example, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water House was built.

After taste-testing all sorts of tube-shaped foods, our crack scientific staff felt that my uncle Frank had by far the best taste.

As far as other uses for hotdog type products, we found them to be really tasty when added to lime Jell-O.

I found this one searching around on youtube today. The music and voice over remind me of an old science class filmstrip, viagra sale
but the information is good.