incendiary wit from a perpetually curious techfemme... and the crap I find on the interwebs.


Interesting way to pitch fat free.
Absolution of guilt included
in our every day low price of $2.28.
Or do I just steal it?

If this is supposed to be a reflection of my life...

... does that fact that I haven't posted mean that my life is empty?
Goodness freaking gracious, no.

Job is getting more hectic, but I am making strides to make it.

Concentrating mainly on process to learn the role of product manager (ProdM):
Who to deliver to at what time, what to deliver, dependencies, risks
Project Management tools like Omni Plan are going to be very useful.
I am not yet a ProdM myself.
I *want* to be more than anything.
I have it in me to be a Project Manager as well.
My brain flips out if that stuff isn't in place, so I will make Omni Plan my best friend.

Tomorrow my current ProdM (fave mentor) & I are going to do a process flow of the tasks that I take over briefly, in this transitory phase,
which is disgustingly anal but ridiculously useful
and it will really help me concentrate,
and enable me to be creative and to take liberties in the right places,
to know when I can take some time to rest,
and to know when I'm in big trouble, or that it's someone else's fault!

Maybe an MBA would be useful about now, but I don't have one do I?
Can't get bogged down in the things you don't have.

This is going to be amazing... :)
Now, I'm tired from doing hours and hours of QA testing tonight, I should sleep.
I really need the weekend, holy crap...

A Post from a 2.0 Master: David Henderson says: "Web 2.0 has 2 very different audiences, only 1 is scalable"

(Via David Henderson's Blog.)

Web 2.0 has 2 very different audiences, only 1 is scalable: "

Here’s what I’ve learned over the past 60 days living on the F8 wave. There are 2 distinctive 2.0 audiences - Gen Y social networkers and the older mostly male geeky TechCrunch reading 2.0 audience. One is scalable and foreshadows future behavior while the other will try anything 2.0 for 2 weeks and maxes out at somewhere around 300K users. The Facebook crowd is the former.

They don’t read techcrunch

They don’t blog

They don’t use most of the 2.0 apps out there

They’re mostly female

They’re mostly 18 - 24 and 25 - 34

They live on Facebook, MySpace, Hi5, etc…

They don’t hang out on Linkedin



Here’s the mistake most media veterans make when looking at the F8 social media phenomena. They overlay their media values over the new social medium. The truth is Facebook usage has nothing to do with their media values. It’s ALL about the very social Gen Y-ers, who spend huge chunks of their time engaged in this new medium.

50 years ago, baby boomers spent huge chunks of their time watching shows like ‘All in the Family’ for entertainment. You could argue a huge waste of time. Today the Facebookers spend their entertainment time throwing food at their friends on Food Fight or sending virtual drinks on Happy Hour or drawing pretty pictures in Graffiti or playing poker in Texas Hold ‘Em.

Facebook is the new TV! Only this medium is social and engaging not passive and linear. Time with media has already dramatically shifted for this generation which foreshadows what is coming - a massive behavioral shift. It happened 12 years ago. It’s happening again!

Time With Media-2

Source: Datapoints

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(Via David Henderson's Blog.)

Cat inside the chair...

She's the best kind of trouble...