Is this the future of social? "I try not to over complicate things and pretty much everything I post on Google+ is public. Everything on Twitter is public. On Facebook only friends can see what I post."
What's the thinking on Identified? I tried it and the gaming aspect was okay (initially there are clear steps, then all hell breaks loose). But the point beyond that is a bit opaque. Is opaqueness part of virality for some obscure (to me) reason?
Roger Scoble wrote today that "More and more of my life will be possible to complete just from a browser." When I was listening to Al Gore he mentioned Ray Kurzweil's idea of virtualized humans being the solution to energy shortages. That used to seem like an interesting future. Now it also seems like a description of a seduction or even an addiction. When I look back at the last year, I don't think that often of the memorable experiences I've had using my browser. Which reminds me: time to practice guitar.
This is the BMW dealership I would choose, having tried several others. Judy Powell was super responsive, her BMW Genius knew the car and the options in detail, they spent as much time as I needed to get all my questions answered, and the dealer was proactive with fair pricing. The selection of cars was also impressive.
Excellent selection of vehicles, which really helps when there are so many models and trim combinations. Staff was efficient and focused on answering all my questions, and multiple test drives were not a problem. Negotiation was simple and pain free. Help with learning the vehicle was also well above average (Brandon really knows the car).