The Social Bowl That Wasn’t

The Social Bowl That Wasn'toriginally published in MediaPost's Social Media Insider Super Bowl XLVI may be over, but as long as there are still drunk fans screaming at the bar Tonic in Manhattan’s Murray Hill, the analysis will go on. It’s not just the Patriots that should be hitting their heads over all the dropped […]

Join Mashable and Me as We Live Blog the Super Bowl

I'm live blogging the Super Bowl with the Mashable crew. Join in below or over at Mashable.  <a href="http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php?option=com_mobile&task=viewaltcast&altcast_code=6ba1ce8a1d" _mce_href="http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php?option=com_mobile&task=viewaltcast&altcast_code=6ba1ce8a1d" >Super Bowl Live Blog</a>

The Antisocial Bowl

 This column was originally published in MediaPost, but due to some editorial snafu there that I don't yet understand, a number of people were left off my list of thanks. I intended to thank:  Reprise_Media, StacyGratz, dwag29, yeahthatskosher, 4GreenPs, inakiescudero, jaymandel, natashaF8, getshust, persia13, and aarongoldman. The column is below, as published in MediaPost, and […]

Tom Brady Analogy Watch

ESPN’s Gene Wojciechowski:"Brady, the human grass stain, was sacked five times. And when he wasn’t sacked, he was knocked to the ground. He spent more time on the turf than fertilizer." The New York Times’s Karen Crouse: "He went deep for Moss twice on balls that fell short because Brady was hit as he threw […]

Rate Super Bowl Ads from Twitter

Jeremiah Owyang’s creating a Twitter party for rating Super Bowl ads. It’s like a pop-up community, a virtual event adding another layer to the real one. Here’s how to take part: Send your vote to @superbowlads: When we’re watching the game in real time, simply send a reply to superbowlads. I created this Twitter account […]