Monthly Archives: January 2012

Just A Little Prick

A couple of years ago, as I rode home from work on the bus, I found myself twisting in my seat. “Did I just see what I thought I saw?” I laughed out loud. Hilarious. My next thought was, “What … Continue reading

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Using Social Media to Navigate a Snow Day

Today, people throughout Seattle are either celebrating or commiserating. It’s not a sporting event, it’s a snow day. It’s rare that the city of Seattle gets snow, even though an hour away the mountains get pounded with some of the … Continue reading

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Funny and Insightful: A Guide to Help Social Media Posts

If someone asked you to reflect on your experiences with social media, you’d probably be stumped. Personal? Professional? Good? Bad? Social media experiences, at least for me, fall into many different categories. Do you want to talk about online security … Continue reading

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