Archive for the ‘Tech’ Category
Back to school is a wonderful time for most students – seeing friends, filling up social calendars, and a lot of hard work. Here’s my breakdown of a couple cool apps/tech buys that will help you get your game face on this fall.
Filed under: Education, Social Media, Tech | Leave a Comment
Tags: Back To School, Daily Routine, Dropbox, Evernote, Going Digital, Livescribe, Moleskine, Skype
If you’re looking for tips on how to make this year’s shopping activities one of joy (and less bah humbug), read this post! Let’s repair your relationship with shopping venues and give you something to celebrate – like staying on budget, avoiding the crowds, and never being left without a host/hostess gift even if the invitation to a party is last minute.
Filed under: Holiday, Personal, Social Media, Tech | 1 Comment
Tags: Christmas, Christmas shopping made easy, Christmas wreath, Holiday shopping made easy, Holiday wreath, Holidays
Let me ask you something – do you sometimes feel like a little spread thin when it comes to your social networks? Between the Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WordPress, Tumblr, and Foursquares of the world where does Google+ fit in?
Filed under: Brands, Business, Rant, Social Media, Tech | 4 Comments
Tags: Future of Google+, Google+, postaweek2011, Social media sites, What Are You Posting On Google+
This is a continuation of my liveblogging from Podcamp Toronto 2011 today. Again, don’t expect Engadget-at-an-Apple Event-like speeds (I don’t have that much gear) but I’m going to try to quickly summarize some of the salient points I catch from each presentation I attend. Hope you enjoy!
Filed under: Brands, Campaigns, Events, Social Media, Tech | 4 Comments
Tags: #pcto2011, Digital Hygiene, Edelman, Future of Social Media, Google Analytics, Integrated Communications, Kick-ass Women in New & Social Media, Measuring What Matters - A Romp for Keys in the Dark, Mobile, Photography and Social Media, PodCamp Toronto, PodcampTO, postaweek2011, Rob Clark, Social Media Measurement
Trying my hand at liveblogging from Podcamp Toronto 2011 today. Don’t expect Engadget-at-an-Apple Event-like speeds (I don’t have that much gear) but let’s give it a shot, k?
Filed under: Brands, Campaigns, Events, Social Media, Tech | 13 Comments
Tags: #NakedDating, #pcto2011, Blogging disclosure policy, Customer Advocacy vs. Company Advocacy, Danny Brown, Dave Fleet, Edelman, Eden Spodek, Future of community management, Gini Dietrich, How To Build a Product in 99 days, Integrated Communication, Liveblogging, LoSoPhoMo, Mark Evans, Podcamp Toronto 2011, PodcampTO, postaweek2011, Rise of less shiny object, Social Media Trends for Business, The Importance of Core Messaging
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!!!!
10 reasons to high-tail it down to Podcamp Toronto this year. 🙂
Filed under: Brands, Canada, Events, Personal, Social Media, Tech | 2 Comments
Tags: #pcto2011, Podcamp TO, Podcamp Toronto 2011, postaweek2011, What is Podcamp?, Why I love Podcamp, Why you should go to Podcamp
Welcome to 2010 – the year of redundant web! Don’t get me wrong I love conversation but where is the line when information becomes redundant? Social media dorks…I’m looking at you! 😛
Filed under: Personal, Social Media, Tech | 7 Comments
Tags: Add your own ideas, Conversation, Debate, Digg, Facebook, Filters, Redundancy, Redundant Web, Sparking Debate, Twitter