I've long hated email. As someone with upwards of 5,000 unread messages at any given time, taking a quick moment to check email is like pushing hot pokers into my eyes. It makes me feel irresponsible and rude every time I see that massive number in bold, yet if I were to diligently read through each email I'm sent, I would write zero TechCrunch articles per day. I would complete nothing but the communication and coordination for future, real tasks.
The Comscore 2010 US Digital Year In Review demonstrates one fact very clearly: email is doomed. Taking as a given that what the kids and young adults are rejecting today will die off quickly, it’s fairly clear that email is on a st... Read Post
Urban Airship is investing big in its infrastructure, scaling its push messaging platform to deliver 100,000 messages a second. As Airship begins to refine push marketing to take into account location, time and context, it's becomin... Read Post