Monthly Archives: November 2010

Optimizing my social media time and effort

I literally just erased a blog I began writing about how much value I derive from my social media experience. The tone was decidedly pessimistic. I mentioned in an earlier posting that I’m a bit of a neophyte when it … Continue reading

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“Do you have AIR MILES?”

We’ve all had that question posed to us. You walk into a store, find what you need, and roll on over to the cash register to make your purchase. As you wait in line, you watch customer after customer fumbling … Continue reading

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I just added the word ‘iPad’ to my dictionary…

I’m mean really… a former English major can only look at squiggly red lines on the computer screen for so long, constantly being reminded that he’s spelled something incorrectly even if it’s not a real word!!! But at some point … Continue reading

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social media and service recovery… stick to your guns?

I’m kind of torn between polarities with the recent Wired Magazine cover and the subsequent reaction by blogger Cindy Royal, who contributes a scathing post on Wired’s use of a woman’s cleavage on its cover to draw attention to an … Continue reading

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TED Talks Social Media

The idea behind the TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conferences is to gather thought leaders from a multitude of disciplines in a central space to stimulate and foster dialogues on a vast array of topics currently relevant in and to society. … Continue reading

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Tweeting for Social Impact

I just spent the last three days attending the 2010 Net Impact Conference hosted by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan (incidentally an incredible piece of LEED architecture), immersing myself in all things “Sustainability”. For those … Continue reading

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