STEVE SMITH

Steve Smith is the Editorial Director, Events at MediaPost where he oversees all OMMA and Insider Summit event content. He is also the longtime Mobile Insider/MoBlog columnist for Mobile Marketing Daily. A recovering academic who taught media studies at Brown and University of Virginia, he spent the last decade as a digital media critic for numerous publications and as a digital strategy consultant. He also writes for Media Industry Newsletter and eContent magazine. Contact him here.

Results for February 2009
  • The Ways Of the Robot
    am just about ready to toss the damn plastic guitar and the ...
  • Welcome To OMMA Behavioral
    Once again, tomorrow at OMMA Behavioral we assemble the leading thinkers and ...
  • Welcome to OMMA Behavioral
    Once again tomorrow at OMMA Behavioral we assemble the leading thinkers and ...
  • Android Gets A Buy Button
    ABI has an interesting research note out this week on the popularity ...
  • The Big Mommy Shift
    Something happens to parents on or around the time their kids turn ...
  • The Wisdom Of (My) Crowd
    After a year of using Facebook - and, more recently, Twitter -- ...
  • To App Or Not To App
    I have no idea whether the March release of the "Watchmen" film ...
  • FTC Guidelines: Drilling The Details
    A day after the Federal Trade Commission issued its revised guidelines for ...
  • Love -- And Cheating -- Are In the Air
    "What are we doing this weekend, Hunnneee?" I don't know who the ...
  • A Clickable World Revisited
    You never know with kids. At a local university last week I ...
  • Conversation As Behavior
    Behavioral targeting technologies can extrapolate from raw usage data and patterns a ...
  • Turkeys, Turkeys Everywhere
    Graying digerati like me will recall a program that NYTimes.com tried years ...
  • Blown Bowl
    Apparently I am not alone in my disappointment over mobile marketing's showing ...
  • Need to Know: The Ad Stays in the Picture
    In the never-ending struggle to monetize digital video, technology providers are throwing ...