Archive for June 2009

What’s the Use Case for Facebook Payments Off Facebook?

TweetI’ve had Facebook on the brain lately – not surprising given that I work at a company that builds games for the Facebook platform. One of the more interesting things I’ve been trying to figure out is the use case for a “Pay with Facebook” or Facebook payments solution off the Facebook platform. Changing the […]

My Early Impressions of my Verizon MiFi 2200 – Good for Some Use Cases, Not So Good for Others

TweetI’ve had my Verizon MiFi 2200 for about a week now and I have some early thoughts on what I like and don’t like about the device. For those of you who are not familiar with the MiFi, it basically combines an EVDO laptop card and a wireless router. Think of it as a mini […]

Announcing the Virtual Goods Summit University 2009 – Half Day Workshop Before the Virtual Goods Summit 2009

TweetI’ve got a quick blog post / request for input for those of you who read my blog and have an interest in virtual goods. The Virtual Goods Summit is going on it’s 3rd year now and I’m going to make the first major change to the format that we’ve ever undertaken. The more people […]

Thoughts on the Real-Time Web

TweetI would not describe myself as a power user of Twitter by any means, but I continue to be fascinated by the amount of energy and time people spend building tools on top of it and generally commenting on how it’s the next next new thing (double nexts were intentional). I do, though, use FriendFeed […]