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January 29, 2017
My Social Media Goals for 2017

In spite of having a new baby and all, I’ve decided that I would really like to grow in regards to my presence and influence on social media. Therefore I decided to take a quick inventory of my social media accounts, and set some goals in regards to where I want to be by next […]

tweetchup December 22, 2016
An Update on Tweetchup

3 years ago, I gushed about this new, free tool that could be used for Twitter analytics; Tweetchup. Well I am happy to report that it is still free and still awesome. In fact, for my purposes, it has displaced Twitonomy as my go-to, free Twitter analytics tool. Here’s why: You Can Analyze Any Twitter […]

greatest movie ever sold February 4, 2016
The Greatest Movie Ever Sold – Documentary or Mockumentary?

My morning started off very early and I had time to watch a documentary on Netflix before getting ready for work. I settled in on watching The POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold; a documentary on product placement in movies and corporate advertising in general by Morgan Spurlock. I do like Morgan Spurlock. […]

wordpress circles January 18, 2016
New Year, New Website

So, you may have noticed that my website has been revamped. It was not exactly an easy process, but it certainly was not a complete nightmare…although it cost me a bit more than I had intended to spend. However I am very proud of myself and the fact that I was able to do it […]

counterfeit goods December 29, 2014
Attack of the Clones: Buying & Selling Counterfeit Products

Clones, counterfeits, bootlegs. I’m sure that we all have an opinion about buying (or marketing) them. Those opinions may be strong, or they may bother on apathetic. However what is harder to determine is if they are right or wrong; or ethical or immoral. This issue came to the forefront of my mind after reading […]

Twitter Bird on Computer November 11, 2014
How To Catch My Attention On Twitter

While Twitter is my guilty pleasure, I will freely admit that my Twitter account will not win any awards in the engagement category. There are a couple of reasons for this, but the main one being is that I enjoy being a spectator (of the 849 Twitter accounts that I follow), more so than sharing. A […]

David Gordon August 20, 2014
There Are Real People Behind The Headlines

Social media has come to redefine our interpersonal relationships today. Never has this been more apparent than what I’ve seen yesterday. Due to my own life struggles, I am notorious for not keeping in contact with people. I think of them often, but I can’t bring myself to actually call, write, and most certainly not visit. […]

Northwestern University January 26, 2014
Northwestern U.’s Content Strategy for Professionals Course Is Underway

I’m at the end of the 2nd week of Northwestern University‘s Content Strategy for Professionals course on Coursera. In all honesty, I’ve had so much going on that I haven’t been spending a whole heck of a lot of time on this course. I’ve been watching the videos, and read a bit of the course’s […]

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