Archive | October, 2008

Helping Co-workers Try Twitter

24 October 2008

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A guest post over at Pistachio’s blog might help you get colleagues and friends to try twitter

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Considering Dumping Disqus

24 October 2008

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It sucks because I heart what Disqus is doing, and I get no spam, but lots of my comments seem to be GONE and there really isn’t more of a discussion because of it. WHAT CAN I DO DIFFERENT?

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Standing Out From the Crowd

15 October 2008

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If you’re vying for a position at a company, there is a fine line you must walk between looking like everyone else and being so different you don’t fit in at all. Here’s a few simple ideas I can suggest for getting around the gatekeepers, receiving straight feedback, and (if you’re right for it) the […]

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k. thx.

15 October 2008

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Just a shout out to say Thanks to Blogvaria cuz now I can use Popularity Contest again on this blog. Popularity Contest was written by Alex King, who I had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing at Wordcamp Utah. Sweet.

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What it Takes to GO BIG

1 October 2008

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A great post came across my twitter radar today, written by Sam Lawrence, forwarded by Chris Brogan, then Jason Alba. Sam’s Blog, Go Big Always, pushes the envelope just by its nature. He hits right at home when he says, “Companies are so highly matrixed and political that they make sticking your neck out nearly […]

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