My Fitbit Experiment Part 2: Why It’s Been Worth Every Single Step

Alright, it’s time for an update on our ongoing Fitbit experiment! First, I’d like to share with you some interesting health tracking data from Pew research that supports the benefits of what I’m aiming for with my Fitbit exploration. According to Pew Research here are three very telling and affirming percentages as to “Why do […]

Concert Infographic: 50 Years Of Touring By The Rolling Stones

Continuing our infographic exploration, here’s a cool collection of infographics via  Fast Company Design inspired by 50 Years of Touring by the Rolling Stones. This is the design from the 1994 tour, click here to see the entire collection. Have you seen The Rolling Stones live? Drop us a comment below and let us know […]

Robots That Rock: The Creative Possibilities of Compressorhead

  Now, this post is probably one of the most mechanically interesting and robotically entertaining posts I’ve shared with you in quite awhile, and it’s also got me thinking about a few things.   The band is called Compressorhead and to be honest their live performance is a bit robotic. But that’s a good thing […]

Celebrating Community Manager Appreciation Day with #CMAD Hangout

  As we continue our exploration of social media, community management and Google Plus Hangouts, here’s some great news about a fun live event happening Monday January 28. I’ll be teaming up with my fellow community managers and joining the festivities to celebrate Community Manager Appreciation Day. It should be a fun day as My […]

My Fitbit Experiment Part 1: What I’ve Learned So Far

It’s time to take another detour from our usual Live Music Experiments and explore the exciting world of self-tracking. Over the last few months I’ve been experimenting with Fitbit and the emerging trends of Quantified Self. Like our other curious detours into community management, social business and road running, I’ve started to discover some pretty cool stuff with this Fitbit […]