Monthly Archives: January 2008

Fickle Findability

Yesterday my friend Sherry asked me if I would be interested in leading some discussions on personal branding at SoCon08.  Of course I was delighted and flattered, but it occurred to me that it might be useful to offer up a few thoughts to set the stage for the conversation:  What I wish to assert […]
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Wrapping up that little art show

Well if you missed the opening reception, you can come to the closing. After a month on exhibit at the ASODA Gallery, my show will soon be coming down. If you missed the opening on that rainy Friday night between the holidays, then why not come out this Friday evening, January 25th, for the first […]
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Social Media is Already Inside Your Organization…

….you just might not know it. Sherry Heyl writes an insightful post, Social Media Affects Every Department Within Your Organization, which points to the ever-broadening reach of social media and its power as a resource for all disciplines within the modern corporation. I think this is an important observation, but the post also implies an […]
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You Can, SoCon

Just wanted to throw in a plug for a great conference coming up here in Atlanta:  SoCon08 February 8 – 9, 2008.  I attended SoCon07 and thought it was an awesome opportunity to meet progressive and innovative people shaping the social media landscape.  The “unconference” format attracted a broad array of practitioners, pundits, purists, theorists, […]
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Dark feathers, bright ideas

Last night we had the first meeting of our new book club, and I thought it was a terrific success.  We had chosen The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable by Nassim Nicholas Taleb  for our first read and the general consensus of the group was that it was a particularly meaty choice for an […]
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