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Why Instagram Matters

“Twitter is stupid and Instagram is Twitter for people who can’t read” — 2 Broke Girls I disagree. Until last week I never heard this quote before and now every time I watch a CBS television show on demand I am tormented by those words. Some of my friends know I have spent most of […]

Accepting Change: Letting yourself fall in the flow of your life

While my current situation is not life threatening, it has been life altering. The following are my musings of dealing with a life-changing event. Imagine being in the top physical shape of your life. Years of training, rebooting your body. You changed your food habits, you had adopted exercise habits. You found yourself enjoying working […]

Call for Speakers: The Hashtag Economy

Today I am posting the “Call for Speakers” for a new conference, “The Hashtag Economy” to be held on December 3, 2014 in New York City. The core focus of this event is “how the advent of the hashtag is changing the face of business.” I have spent the year obsessed with Instagram and have […]

Curabitur blandit tempus porttitor

This is some dummy copy. You’re not really supposed to read this dummy copy, it is just a place holder for people who need some type to visualize what the actual copy might look like if it were real content. If you want to read, I might suggest a good book, perhaps Hemingway or Melville. […]

I Want My HD Voice

I Want My HD Voice, by Jeff Pulver, co-founder Zula, Inc. The prospect of the FCC including HD voice calling as an objective of the IP transition reminds me of the birth of MTV via the “I want my MTV” campaign in 1981. The launch of MTV required more than just a good idea, the […]

#140cuse: Jeff Pulver – Being Vulnerable In the Era of the Real-Time Web

A talk I gave in April, 2012 at Syracuse University about being vulnerable. I looked a lot differently back then, but I believe the words I spoke still work today.

A Reawakening of Humanity

I believe we are seeing a reawakening of humanity. People are discovering and feeling, maybe for the very first time. They understand that they can actually stand up and affect change not even realizing that is what they are about to do. Although I still think that there is a need to have face-to-face interaction […]