How to Change the World

Analysis of Twitter Buying Tweetie

I wrote an analysis of yesterday’s big news that Twitter bought Tweetie. Check it out here. It’s an interesting issue of separation of church and state versus serving customer needs.

How small businesses can use LinkedIn

My buddies at LinkedIn help me create a list of ten ways to use the service if you’re a small business person. Read about them here. There is also a great collection of LinkedIn tips and tricks at Linkedin.alltop.

How to stay on top of iPad news

We’ve certainly got iPad covered. First, here is a compilation of reviews of Apple’s new wonder gizmo. Second, here’s iPad.Alltop which is dedicated to ongoing coverage of it.

How to find the "most topular" stories

Do me a favor and check out the latest feature of Alltop. We added a section to each topic called “Most Topular Stories.” These are the five most popular stories on the page as measured by clickthroughs. This is an easy way to figure out the hotest stories on a topic.

Here are some topics that you might enjoy:

How to follow all the Toyota news

If you’d like to follow all the news about Toyota, be sure to go to Toyota.alltop and Autos.alltop. We aggregate hundreds of websites and blogs there.

How to stay on top of research from universities

Duke University, Stanford University, and the University of Rochester created a consortium of universities called Futurity. All the partners are members of the Association of American Universities (AAU) or of the Russell Group. Futurity then publishes the very best research news from these universities. We then aggregate this news into a easy-to-scan site called Futurity.Alltop. Check it out if you’d like to stay on top of the research coming out of universities from around the world.

How to stay on top of press releases from PRNewswire

Do you want to stay on top of the press releases that are published by PRNewswire? We’ve aggregated them for you at PRNewswire.alltop. This is a very easy way scan hundreds of press releases in seconds.

How to Set Up Google Mail Across a Small Company by Joe Moreno

Did you know that Google offers free e-mail accounts for small businesses with up to fifty accounts each with seven gigabytes of storage? It’s called Google Apps Standard Edition, and you can use it with your own business or personal domain name which gives you the ability to send and receive e-mail with

The initial setup only requires some routine technical work:

Pictures from my trip to the Winter Olympics

Having a great time in Vancouver. If you want to see how great, check out my pictures from Day 1 and Day 2.

How to Avoid Gullibility

We’ve all been sucked into doing something stupid, right? Fortunately, Steven Greenspan has written a book called Annals of Gullibility. In its conclusion he explains how to avoid gullibility, and I’ve provided a synopsis for you. Read the full story at the American Express Open Forum.

More on psychology if you need the advice.