Golden Oldies


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Six Keys to Effective Social Media Monitoring

Originally posted on Beyond PR:
Social media has the amazing ability to connect us with people and conversations we might otherwise have never known existed. It’s pretty incredible what we can learn from social media. But with all the content out there—an absolute deluge of thoughts and ideas—how do we find what is most relevant…

15 Signs You’re Trying To Get Your Shit Together But Like, It’s Hard

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Young Adult 1. You went to the grocery store and bought all healthy things, but then you got tired and hungry when you got home, so you ordered pizza. You’ll cook tomorrow, right? 2. You got all that spinach for all those green smoothies. You made one. You threw out…

Biodegradable Urn Lets You Go Green, Even Six Feet Under

Originally posted on NewsFeed:
If you choose to be cremated, your ashes might as well go towards a good cause. The eco-friendly Bios urn now gives you the chance to put your ashes in an urn containing a seed that will one day grow into a tree. Designed and created by designers Martin Azua and…

Step up to save lives

Normally, this blog is dedicated to the professional, nonfuzzy side of my life. I may still be zany, a little off the wall, and look at things differently, but in this site, you should be safe from the work I do for and with animal rescues. I’m sorry, but today I will be breaking that … Continue reading

easter egg 1

You’re here because you couldn’t help but to click on the astrick in my post “Don’t fake it, interact!” Since we’re on that topic, here’s a poll for you *Congratulations, you got my really subtle nerd wordplay movie quote. Contact the front desk and they’ll send up your major award**. ** Congratulations, you got my … Continue reading

Why give one sex special treatment?

As you may have noticed, I am female.  I’ll wait here while you gasp in surprise. Please don’t get me wrong, I’m pretty sure I’m not a misogynist female, but I will tell you what I am: proud, inordinately stubborn, and occasionally intelligent. Why am I stating things that you’ll know in about 5.5 seconds if … Continue reading

What I’ve been reading 7/16-7/24/2012

While I’m on the search for the as much knowledge as humanly possible, I’ve been roaming around the interwebz this past week. As previously discussed, I have the hopes of actually being able to help someone by sharing my reading history and as not previously discussed, this might also help me remember what I read … Continue reading

6/29/2012 Reading list

Today I spent some time brushing up om my #CMGR reading. Why?  Why not? Social media is nothing if not community (unless it’s a network and yes, in the future, that difference will be more clearly expounded upon in some way, shape, or form) So, what did I read today?


Thus far today I’ve read:

What I’m reading

I’m a reader. This section is, not surprisingly, dedicated to what I’m reading at any given moment. You’ll get to see books, articles, blog posts, the occasional infographic (shh, don’t tell), or anything else that I think you might benefit from. If there’s one thing I’ve learned while being a part of the social media … Continue reading