Posts Tagged ‘Media’
LeapFish Launches real time search
Last Updated on Friday, 13 November 2009 02:42 Written by Mike Wednesday, 11 November 2009 06:59
I was fortunate enough to learn about leapfish through sponsored tweets. What a cool concept, you can search for popular content then share that same content to your social connections, all from the same interface.
My experience with the service is amazing. I loved searching for information about lady gaga, my results included articles from digg, video from youtube, conversations that were updating in real time with twitter, There was also a Google news feed.
This is one site that is serious about content and connections. Social search will soon become a very crowded space LeapFish will be ahead of the game with their intuitive and easy to use UI.
Once you have search results you can easily share that content with your friends on Facebook.
Leapfish believes that their web experience benefits everyone online. Portals and services benefit from search integration. Consumers benefit with access to more of the information from web 2.0 sites. Most of all this will benefit you the user. Those people that living and sharing life on the web.
LeapFish helps those people by giving them a goto place to locate, read, and share the best the web has to offer. What more can you ask for in a service? LeapFish delivers on all fronts.
Our site on local channel Baynews 9
Last Updated on Saturday, 13 June 2009 07:02 Written by Mike Sunday, 1 March 2009 12:35
Wow! that’s about how I sum up the feeling of seeing your work recognized in the media. Thurday Feb 26th, 2009 exactly 1 month after launching JobShouts. We were given that opportunity.
Robin was our PR spokesperson that day, appearing for a whole 2:43 of Television coverage. I sat in the control room watching the event take place.
That was probably the highlight of the year for me. Seeing our project develop much faster than expected was a huge rush, I wonder if I had a silly grin on my face as I sat in the Directors chair.
When I shot this twitpic Robin had just sat down, in the web center, I could see her on a small window just above the closest monitor on the left.
I could also see a shot of the NYC side of the Hudson river. Odd I thought, I wondered if they were watching for another plane to land there.
A few moments later 5 people came into the control room to run sound checks, position cameras, cue teleprompter scripts.
I must have been grinning like a schoolboy in a candy store.
Cue lights, sound, roll tape er spin up the HDD, ACTION Erica Riggins conducted the interview in typical conservative bn9 fashion. After an initial introduction The questions started.
Robin was amazing on the monitors for the amount of anxiety she must have felt. I give her kudos for only stumbling a couple times. I fully expected to be briefly interviewed about what topics were of interest to the viewers, before taping. Next time we do a little more prep work.
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