jason oke

If you’re not in awe, you’re not paying attention.


In meta-media news, my grammar of social media post from last week got picked up today by the Design Observer and then by Bruce Nussbaum in Business Week. All of which has led to a few thousand new visitors and being featured as one of WordPress’ fastest growing blogs.

So if you’re new here, hi. Thanks for coming. I hope you stick around.

The lesson here? At this particular cultural moment, writing about Obama, Clinton, and Twitter is a hot combination to get some press. Now if only I could figure out a way to get Lindsay Lohan, Angelina Jolie, sub-prime mortgages, and the Lost season finale in there…


Filed under: Media, Social networks, solipsism

5 Responses

  1. urbanpixie says:

    Whatever works, eh? I’m all a-twitter here today so thanks for that one!

  2. coxmt says:

    Quite true. I did a similar post a while ago involving Lil’ Wayne and Sex then tracked the traffic difference to my blog. The difference was and continues to be dramatic.

    The post in question:

    The follow-up (the next day):

  3. Faris says:

    Things that are current have currency, my friend.

  4. leland m says:

    Nice dude. Glad to see the climb. It’s deserved.

  5. lee says:

    And you’re writing in Canadian dollars, so that makes that currency worth that much more these days.

    Next stop, Oprah.

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