I’ve talked about this before, but the latest surge in popularity for live video streaming apps like Periscope has reminded me of the digital clock I used to watch from my bedroom window late at night: …and when I was young, I’d look out my window at night. There was […]
Bear with me. This post is a long one. I’m making some changes in the next few days and I wanted to take a few minutes to explain why. I don’t think it’s any secret that I have a day job — I work in Advertising, in case you didn’t […]
We’re back. It looks like yesterday’s SOPA/PIPA protest got some attention and, hopefully, made enough waves to get the right people thinking in the right way. For once. At the very least, it gave me a chance to play in the #FactsWithoutWikipedia game for a while, producing gems such as […]
A few people have asked me if I’m done with Twitter and/or Facebook, as I’ve not been on either much lately. The answer is “No.” If you’re on Twitter, you can find me here. If you prefer Facebook, I’ve got that covered as well. From time to time, both of […]
In which many, many important things are mentioned — including the obligatory Flash mention, a subliminal Dude reference, and new work coming in August.
In all honesty, I didn’t plan on taking a Summer Hiatus — So consider this a little bit of catch-up, with a couple of very important announcements about what’s coming in the next month or so.
I think it was Dark Gracie who tagged me first and then Dona. Since I have a difficult time saying “No” to most anyone, it looks like it’s my turn to blog twenty-five random things about myself. So here goes… 1. My full name is Thomas Murphy Camp but I’ve […]
I had the opportunity earlier this week to give my colleagues an overview of the various social networking sites out there and how one of our clients might make use of them. Most of the conversation was focused on explaining, conceptually, how social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are […]
On August 4th, 2007, NASA launched a new Mars exploration mission named Phoenix. After a series of failures and disappointments, Phoenix represented perhaps the last hope that Martian exploration would continue. It’s purpose was clear: Gather data near the Nortnern polar cap, sift through the icy soil there to find […]