Blog Focus: Clemens Indictment, Branding 2010, Location-Based Hype, Wall Street and T-Mobile
Today's Blog Focus takes a look at trending posts by Technorati writers. It runs the gamut: from Roger Clemens being indicted, to location-based social networking, to a Wall Street round-up and a new phone by T-mobile.
Clemens In the Hot Seat
Seems as if Roger Clemens is going to indicted and Technorati (me) asks whether or not the impending federal drama means no call to the Hall of Fame for the former Cy Young Award winner.
Branding in 2010 Mad Men Style
Writer Debbie Hemley takes us down a stroll of the advertising world of Mad Men via a book called Mad Men Unbuttoned: A Romp through 1960s America, by Natasha Vargas-Cooper.
She dives into branding issues and how they played out back in the days and how they would play out in today's social media-minded world.
Social Participation is the Name of the Game
Mark Fidelman takes a look at social media, specifically location-based services and how companies need to get on the bandwagon because that's where social interactions (read consumer habits) are heading.
Wall Street Every Day
If you haven't been reading the Technorati business section and you're a Wall Street junkie, you're missing out on some goodness. Business writer Ashley Allen has been writing a 24/7 Wall Street column, covering all the news that's fit to print in today's market.
Does T-Mobile Have Any Charm?
Technology Editor Brad Schmidt teases you mobile phone lovers on the T-Mobile network with the Motorola Charm, which is expected to hit the market on August 25. And as a bonus, he has video that you can droll over.