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Tyler Willis

Founding Employee, Involver

Tyler was the head of brand strategy and a founding employee at Involver, a marketing technology platform used by more than 800K agencies and brands. Now he is the Vice President of Business Development at Unified. He blogs at CueTheFuture.com

The concern of privacy

I read an interesting article on USA Today’s website: “Some ditch social networks to reclaim time, privacy” n The reporting is on the trend of more and more people quitting […]

Define:Quora

A broader take on Quora n Quora is a new startup, founded by talented ex-facebookers, which is currently the topic of much discussion and investor lust. It is a Q&A […]

Obama’s missed legacy

I’m a big fan of Obama, and have publicly supported him on this blog several times. I think, by in large, he’s done a great job of managing the presidency […]

Typifying two tracks of the healthcare reform

I’m about to give the last talk at the BILPIL conference (an un-conference version of TEDMED, an event that celebrates conversations on innovative health and medicine). This presentation is my effort at exploring both of those tracks (private market solutions and public reform) and figure out how they work together. I’m still learning this stuff, so please give me your feedback!

IPN Social Media Talk

I’m sitting in the conference room of the Courtyard Marriott in LA after my presentation to the International Professionals Network, I met some great members of the LA community and […]

Social Media Bootcamp

I’m speaking at 1:30pm today (Tuesday, Oct. 6th) on how to build kick-ass Facebook Pages. I’ve pasted the slides here for reference and would love to hear what you think: […]

Social Media 101

This is a great program for social media introduction moderated by Sarah Lacy. Sarah does a fantastic job. n I moderated a panel on this two weeks ago and I […]

A Plausible Future of Health

The sub-title to this piece is “Patient-Advocates as Harbringers of Hope in the Health Care System.” n Disclaimer: I am a Libertarian-Progressive. I generally trust markets more than I trust […]

Focus on Attention

I pay attention to what smart people pay attention to. n I moderated a panel on social media yesterday for IPN, and got really deep into using facebook and twitter […]