About Drew Meyers
Drew Meyers is a travel addict and founder of Oh Hey World, a website setting out to connect you with the people who matter around you. WordPress and real estate technology enthusiast. In his free time, Drew enjoys reading, traveling the world, spending time with passionate people, and is active member of the microfinance community.
My Favorite Posts
Now, I’m not the biggest fan of ads in general. But I’m not naive. They can, and do work. I recently read one of Ben Thompson’s post - FACEBOOK ACQUIRES ONAVO - and one part really got me thinking… I think it’s very likely MoPub is Twitter’s AdSense: Twitter has a great signal about its users: whom I follow is a great approximation for what I’m interested in. That’s even more valuable than whom I know Twitter is not a great platform for any sort of display advertising; the targeting would have to be much more precise than what is possible with current technology for users to tolerate anything more than promoted tweets MoPub solves this riddle; … Continue reading
My friend is planning a trip to Thailand next year, and asked my my recommendations. Here’s the scenario: We are a family of 4 (two boys 4 and under). We are looking to spend a month in Thailand and would …
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Here are two guest posts I’ve written recently: PandoDaily - A tech startup recap, 12 months in TravelStartups.co – Does Mobile = Money and Desktop = Roadkill?
For the first time in over a year, I’m watching the Red Hot Chili Peppers DVD, Live at Slane Castle (affiliate link). It’s my favorite DVD of all time. And, hands down, it’s the best investment I’ve ever made. $15 in 2003 or 2004, and I’ve watched it at least 100 times over the years. Probably more. It was the default choice for entertainment after parties at my fraternity. And on off nights, well we watched it then too. Post college, we’d turn it on after the bars. If you like the Chili Peppers, buy it. Now. And even if you aren’t a diehard RHCP fan, buy it anyway. It’ll be the best $9 you’ve ever spent. … Continue reading
I ‘ve been a WordPress user since 2006 (personal blog here). I’m not ready to switch all my sites over to a new platform, but it does feel incredibly bloated as an editor. Which is, of course, where Ghost entered …