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Apr
07

flatline It’s 2016. Smartphones were widely adopted about a decade ago, and have actually been around for much longer than that. If your website hasn’t been overhauled in the last few years, it’s time. In fact, it’s past time. And if...

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Mar
16

once upon a time When was the last time you gave your money freely, to someone or some cause, for no good reason? I’m going to guess you never have. Or if you did, you soon came to regret it and actively avoided that...

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Nov
01

National Novel Writing Month Or, The Absentee Blogger #NaNoWriMo is upon us. I haven’t blogged since June. Why do I think I can do this? For those who are unaware, November is National Novel Writing Month. All over the land (the whole globe now,...

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Jun
11

Today I received an e-mail from an old friend and in the address line it showed my e-mail address and then my name as he had saved it: Diane E. Curtis, MTS. I haven’t used my credentials in my signature...

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Apr
04

Yesterday I had an interview with a recruiter for a job I’m interested in. She gave me the option to conduct the interview over the phone, or to come in and meet face to face. It was my choice. And...

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Feb
19

In this incredibly inspirational commencement speech before the 2012 graduating class of University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA the incomparable Neil Gaiman encourages us to ignore the established rules and make up new ones, make mistakes and don’t be...

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May
12

Social Marketing without Analytics is like cake without ice cream. You can eat it; it tastes okay. But is it really complete? Is it everything you want? Are you getting the whole sweet, gooey, indulgent mess? Given the choice, wouldn’t...

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Apr
21

Has your Inbox become an unmanageable beast? Do you dread logging into your e-mail interface in the morning? Is there a competition around the office to see who has the highest number of unread e-mails in his/her Inbox – and...

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Apr
07

We all know by now how utterly amazing the Internet is, especially Web 2.0 and the Social Media Galaxy. Because of its awesome power we sometimes lose sight of the fact that there is still a brick and mortar world...

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Mar
14

Earlier this week Facebook announced they will soon debut a new look for Pages. This is only for the desktop view, so mobile users will most likely not notice a change. It appears the cover and profile pics will remain...

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