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The Power of a Note

One of the most powerful communications tools still remains the pen and paper. While technologies such as blogs, video and photo sharing sites, and phones that can capture and post all of that content, have helped to create a 24/7, always-on communications and news cycle, it has only enhanced how powerful a simple pen and […]

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The Think Big Manifesto – Video Book Review

I recently finished reading The Think Big Manifesto by Michael Port.  You might already know Michael from his previous book, The Contrarian Effect.  Check out my review below.  If you can’t see the video, you can grab it over on YouTube too. Note: Sorry for some of the lighting issues. It was my first time […]

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Facebook Marketing for Businesses

Today is a special day for me as I announce signing my first book deal.  I have inked a deal with Pearson Education/Que Publishing to write a book tenatively titled Facebook Marketing: Designing Your Next Marketing Campaign.  The book is slated for release in January. My goal with the book is to provide you with […]

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A Slice of the Federal Government IT Pie

Being a technology geek as well as someone interested in our Government, I was intrigued when I came across the Federal IT Dashboard website recently. The official description of the Federal IT dashboard is: The IT Dashboard provides the public with an online window into the details of Federal information technology investments and provides users […]

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When a Taco Truck Meets Twitter

There has been a lot of buzz around Kogi BBQ, a Korean BBQ taco truck in LA that has used Twitter (@KogiBBQ) to create a phenomenon that produces lines that stretch around street corners to wait for the truck to arrive.  While I travel through LA around once a month, I have yet to stay […]

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