3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House →
And I recommend you grab lunch while you’re dropping off your donation. Where else can you get lemony kale salad with your brisket? :)
Oklahoma Nation →
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3.03mi. run in 35:05 →
Happy Sunday! :)
3.09mi. run in 32:49 →
Molly's Suds →
Police Break Up Fight Between 'Star Wars' and... →
“The rival groups of sci-fi fans — many of them dressed as their favorite characters — were told to stay out of each other’s way.” :D
Tornado Warning: Dallas County until 10:15 PM →
Texas Storm Chasers →
Frisco Bubble, don't fail us now! :D
What we can learn from a social media train wreck →
And the hits keep on coming! Amy’s Baking Company created a new facebook page this morning… http://on.fb.me/16heFfI
What's acceptable outside noise in a suburban...
Miss Tiny just declared the sweater song "the...
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All of this discrimination business over the past couple of weeks regarding Chick-fil-A and the Boy Scouts really has me thinking. Obviously, everyone has the right to their own opinion, and everyone has reasons why they hold these opinions. I’ve noticed that many of my friends hold differing views than I do, which often surprises me on human rights issues. However, I just want to point out...
The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write,...– Alvin Toffler
I was shown how fragile life was on Saturday. I saw the terror on bystanders’...– Jessica Redfield was shot and killed last night at a midnight screening of ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ along with 11 others when a gunman opened fire in a theater. The above is from her blog, written in June, after she narrowly escaped another senseless shooting at a mall in Toronto. (via newsweek)
Marketing Directors, We're Hiring! →
Could you be the next Director of Marketing at Snelling Corporate?
Forget the Resume, Try Tweeting →
snellingcareers: Resume not standing out? Here are some creative ways job seekers have gotten the attention of hiring managers. But use caution when straying from traditional methods - there’s a fine line between innovative and gimmicky.
Showcasing Temporary Experience on Your Resume →
Temporary work, contract assignments and self employment are becoming more and more common. In a job market that lacks the security we’ve enjoyed in the past, job seekers are relying more and more on their own creativity and determination to make a living, and that’s something to highlight on your resume.
Everything you need to know about Facebook’s... →
For those frustrated by facebook’s new interface, you may appreciate the control you now have over the contents of your news feed. Facebook has been using edgerank to identify which friends and posts are most important to us for some time. If they hadn’t, our newsfeeds would have more closely resembled our twitter streams (just like the streaming updates in the upper right corner of...
Google+ Now Has Klout →
Is it just me, or does this feel like Google+ is going mainstream?
The 18 most enjoyably cantankerous notes ever... →
Hilarious! Take a break and have a laugh :) I think I’m going to start planting irresistible snacks and smelly plants around the office just so I’ll have an excuse to post a snarky note. :D
Why Klout matters. A lot. →
Love it or hate it, Klout is getting attention. While 12Most has a great list of (12, of course) situations where your Klout score can’t help you, it looks like there will be more and more situations where it can help you.
Your Silence Is Hurting Your Company →
Nilofer Merchant perfectly articulates what many of us have felt, often early in our careers when the real barrier to meaningful contributions is our own lack of confidence. But she doesn’t stop at just communicating the shared experience or feeling. In this post she provides clear reasons, encouragement and steps toward breaking our self imposed silence.
I Don’t Hate You. I Didn’t Misunderstand You. I... →
I <3 Margie Clayman. She communicates so clearly and with such benevolence, surely readers will be receptive to her message. After all, it is possible that each of us are wrong every once in awhile. What harm will come from giving someone else opinion (regardless of how it’s delivered) just a little bit of consideration?
I gave up coffee a couple of months ago (65 days ago, but who’s counting?) and am craving a cup today. I shared my thoughts on facebook, and got lots of funny comments about how coffee is more vital to life than oxygen and that my poor Keurig must be languishing without constant attention from me. Facebook even chimed in with ads promoting coffee and even telling me which of my friends...
Does social media encourage bad table manners? →
So we’re supposed to actually interact with the person across the table from us? But that’s sooo 2006. And I have digital communities to engage! ;) Thanks, Niall Harbison, for sharing your observations. :)
Does Using HootSuite Kill Your EdgeRank? →
Automating social updates across multiple platforms has obvious drawbacks, but this brings to light an argument against third party apps for facebook posts even with customized content.
Tumblr's Amazing Success Shows The Importance Of... →
How could I not post this? :D
Google+, the Elephant in the Room - ERE.net →
In response to the “Facebook will destroy LinkedIn” article.
Social Media for CEOs #1: The Truth About “Wasting... →
What does your social media voice say about your... →
Are your company’s social media communications written in a personal “I” voice, a corporate “we” voice or a reader-centric “you” voice?
The Barefoot Running Book eBook Giveaway! →
Jason Robillard’s The Barefoot Running Book is available as a free download! Thank you, Jason!
Google+ for Business: How Google's Social Network... →
Chris Brogan has already written a book on Google+ for business. It won’t be released until November 11, but I’ve already pre-ordered.
Why Facebook Will Destroy LinkedIn →
This article predicts the demise of LinkedIn in 2013 and provides some pretty compelling reasons.
The trick is in what one emphasizes. We either make ourselves miserable, or we...– Carlos Castaneda