Now GM Wants a Bailout; Twitter for Customer Service
Thank you for finally pointing out the flaws in this “study”! Although I really really like the iPhone, as a BUSINESS TOOL, BlackBerry is clearly superior, even iPhone lovers I know admit to that.
Although I think the title comes off as a bit rude, I have to agree with most of these. I like the people I’ve met at Inman and thoroughly enjoy their conferences, however. Also, I think Diverse Solutions puts out a great product, and again, great people.
Even if you don’t believe in green building (yes, I’ve met people who’ve said that), this is a very interesting read to just show you some of the cool new options that are available.
I feel really bad for the workers at companies like this that have no idea until the last minute that bad things are going down, but I’m also getting tired of the bailouts. If I invest my money in a business and run it into the ground, I get nothing.
These tiny homes look very cool. I know in some areas, “temporary structures” (which these may constitute) do not require permits and can avoid property taxes. It might be interesting to look into the possibilities.
Okay, yesterday I mentioned that Android was coming to AT&T, now it’s not, sorry. I met De la Vega back when I worked at AT&T during an awards trip and he is definitely a smart guy, so I believe him when he says they’re not ready for it, they’re not ready for it.
BlackBerry is a closed platform? Here’s another of the 4,000+ applications available for your BB that will help turn it into the best phone you’ve ever had (it actually already is, you just haven’t realized it yet)
Whether you like Redfin or not, they are definitely innovative. A large, national RE company I met with over a year ago didn’t think social networking was valuable because corporate didn’t tell them so, now they’re behind the game. David v. Goliath. Smaller means more agile and able to adapt.
For those of us who have been on Twitter for a while, Comcast’s customer service team’s response comes as no surprise. EVERY COMPANY needs to have a presence via blogs, social networks and Twitter AND needs to monitor their presence! Comcast is a pioneer and is doing great things.