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Relaunching MyBigGive

by Travis Ketchum

MyBigGive relaunches, here are a few things I have learned along the way.

Keeping Your Venture Fit & Trim

by Travis Ketchum

Why treating your product like a service is the only way to when in the age of social networks.

Tulio in Seattle, booking with OpenTable

by Travis Ketchum

Using Open Table is the best way to make reservations, and Tulio in downtown Seattle freaking rocks.

Highlight Your Blog

by Travis Ketchum

Get people commenting on everything your blog has to offer and grow your e-mail list.

Trying Pho!

by Travis Ketchum

Trying out Pho for the first time can be scary, so I deferred to a seasoned veteran.

Moving to Seattle

by Travis Ketchum

Why I have been MIA the past few weeks

Are Degrees Useful?

by Travis Ketchum

Why aren’t the big time online marketers taking it a step further? Info products barely scrape the surface, their online products could be the new Yale, Stanford and Harvard.

Dear Google TV, Please Kill Cable

by Travis Ketchum

The biggest players in technology have been vying for your living room (otherwise referred to as the “10ft interface”) for years now. The only problem is that no one has gotten it quite right yet, but the device and software manufacturers may not be to blame.

The Social Network, Modern Culture

by Travis Ketchum

This weekend, the movie called The Social Network debuted to a warm response. Bringing in roughly $25 Million which is no Avatar launch, but respectable enough to earn the #1 spot for this particular weekend. I was fortunate enough to see the film and very much enjoyed the watching the sorted (and slightly fictionalized) portrayal of the early days within the Facebook story.

Getting Back to Basics

by Travis Ketchum

So as you may (or if new, may not) have noticed I have done quite a bit of housecleaning around the blog. What used to be a rounded blue and orange template heavy with added graphics and other extras is now a clean and spartan white design that tries to focus on the key aspects of this blog that people seem to enjoy.

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