Rex Hammock’s RexBlog.com
The blog of Rex Hammock, founder/ceo of Hammock Inc., a customer media and marketing services company founded in 1991 in Nashville, Tenn. Rex is also founder/helper-in-chief of SmallBusiness.com.
RexBlog.com was created in August, 2000.
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Category Archives: media
(Sidenote: On SmallBusiness.com, I’ve written about the new Getty embed feature like the one I’ve posted above.) The Verge has an interesting take on the acquisition earlier this week of the mobile app owned by CNN, Zite, by Flipboard, another app that … Continue reading
There are so many things to like about this story on Friday’s All Things Considered. First off, the story is wonderful and uplifting. And very funny. For the 12 readers of this blog, however, I’d like to point out that … Continue reading
Jeff Cornwall, Belmont University entrepreneurship professor and longtime blogger (The Entrepreneurial Mind), recently invited me to appear on the video version of his blog — a show that is produced by the Nashville-based web video network, Talkapolis (think Leo Laport’s … Continue reading
Recently, I learned of the death in February of Finnish academic (and more) Osmo Wiio, the originator of some of my favorite go-to quotes regarding communications. (More on those quotes in a moment.) To be honest, I was surprised that he was … Continue reading
On Chris Brogan’s podcast, taking about customer media, content and if living in Nashville is part of why I do things the way I do
Recently, Chris Brogan invited me onto his very popular podcast where we talked a lot about how companies and businesses are using media and content to connect directly with their customers. It’s sometimes challenging to explain what I do (especially … Continue reading