The top right corner of every blog post on AriWriter now sports a LinkedIn share button. It is located directly underneath the pre-existing Twitter share button. (A Facebook share button is at the bottom of the post.) The LinkedIn share button was released earlier today on the professional networking site’s blog. Liz Reaves Walker, a […]
Archives for November 2010
Henrik Blunck, Wayne John, and Christopher Roberts are three people who frequently add comments here. They write prolifically and intelligently. But for some reason that I was never able to understand, their comments were considered spam by Akismet — the most popular anti-spam plugin used by nearly all WordPress blogs. Even when I moderated the […]
The latest phase in my quest to decide if I should toss my BlackBerry involves the purchase of a $30 prepaid monthly phone plan for 1000 minutes of talking, 1000 text messages, and 30MB of web access. Straight Talk is the company behind the phone plan, and it is bundling phones with its plans during […]
You can email her as many times as you want between December 9 and January 12, but your messages won’t be read. Your electronic mail will be automatically delivered to danah boyd’s trash and you will receive a bounce-back note that she is on vacation and does not want to be disturbed. What if she […]
Gwen Bell asked me to join her crusade. I didn’t blink. Agreeing to participate, I became the 274th blogger in a growing aggregate of ethereal minds who will respond to daily prompts about the year 2010 and reflect through answers on our own blogs and our own tweets. Amid a Twitter sabbatical, I will write […]
When the Internet dies, what will you do? Be thankful for the people and things in your life, for they could disappear any day. Happy Thanksgiving!
Once you adjust to a routine and never deviate from it, you increasingly fail to appreciate the beauty of life and your insignificance within it. Korean Air understands this dilemma and produced a breathtaking video. I challenge you to get outside your bubble. Think big. Hat tip to Becky Cortino for the find.
Here are 6 articles I recently read and liked, and think you may like, too. 1. Sasha Taylor reflects on a conference session he attended pitting bloggers against press officers. …it was suggested that bloggers are negative about organisations and therefore this is the reason that they are not being engaged. There were a number […]