Influential Women of the Web in 2010

Posted by on Dec 17, 2009 in Business, Communicate, Community, Influential Women, Twitter

(Disclaimer: No one on this list willingly grows social media facial hair.) It’s January and I despise the “2010 lists” as they all end up being popularity lists with no value. This list crosses many verticals but all use online technologies to benefit their particular brand. This list is unique as it is a collection of women who are in technology or are using an array of  tech tools online including social media. They are implementing their ideas and...

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Twittering In An Educational Setting

Posted by on Feb 24, 2009 in Communicate, Conversational, socialmedia, Twitter

I am curious what the majority of the educational population believes is adequate and/or a superfluous level of twittering in a classroom setting. My basic research shows that there is a huge gap in the different generations opinion as what is acceptable and what is considered all out rude. Since being social always involves the free exchange of information and break down of boundries it seems that the classroom setting needs to evolve or die out. Since most colleges allow...

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Are You Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem?

Posted by on Feb 21, 2009 in Conversational, Karma, Social, Solution, Twitter

I try my best to be a problem solver to everyone I connect with. I like to be helpful in general. In this day and age you would think we as a community would have more solutions to common problems. Such as communicating and being helpful to others. Seemingly, with my daily experiences I run more and more into large companies and individuals who have no solutions and always more problems. If I have a problem and I ask you for help its because I’m trying to solve the...

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Bulletpoints: The Lost Art

Posted by on Feb 3, 2009 in Attention Span, Conversational, Social, time management, Twitter

There is a time and a place for research paper style of long blog posts and of course there is some leeway for rants and raves. Hey, we all as authors can get lost in the moment. In a normal day, I manage my time pretty well. I multi-task endlessly. My day is a mashup of everything online; emails, google reader, newsletters, social media, reputation management, writing, personal branding, blogging, webinars and engaging the community. I’m sure I forgot something else....

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