A man sat at a metro station in Washington DC and started to play the violin; it was a cold January morning. He played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that time, since it was rush hour, it was calculated that 1,100 people went through the station, most of them on their way to work. (more…)
Archive for the ‘For The Gray Haired’ Category
Are you tired of being tagged in pictures of high tops and lap tops on Facebook? Not only is this form of Facebook spam clogging up your timeline, it could be damaging your business and personal reputation.
Often, the photos some of your less scrupulous Facebook friends tag you in are not as harmless as a pair of sneakers. (more…)
Is social media a modern phenomenon? This infographic from Copyblogger would argue it’s not. The internet itself is designed to connect who would never ordinarily be able to communicate or collaborate. (more…)
“Facebook is a bad strategy for your business? I thought social media was the next big thing. Aren’t there 900 million people on Facebook? How can this be?”
I’m glad you asked. Here’s a hint: Facebook is not really a strategy…
As you begin to develop your content deployment strategy, keep in mind it should: (more…)
By Craig Davis
Are you ready for some … Tweeting? It used to be enough to have a beer in hand and a bowl of chips in reach to watch a football game. Now it is a juggling act with drink, snacks and a smartphone.
A recent survey on sports and social media showed that 42 percent of NFL fans and more than (more…)
Search Engines like Google and Bing…do you trust them more than you trust your friends? When was the last time you felt like the home repair advice you got from Yahoo was more reliable than the advice your Father, the building codes inspector, offered you. (more…)
So telling everyone what you know is the answer?
Thats part of the answer. You must listen as well. When you listen (more…)