28 Apr
BranchOut | Professionally Network on Facebook

How to Create a Professional Online Identity | Facebook

Everyone turns to LinkedIn for professional networking. Unfortunately their personal contacts – including close friends and family – are part of their Facebook networks. As I have stated previously, “In LinkedIn, you add a ‘connection’ or a ‘contact’ to your networking. In Facebook, you add a ‘fr...

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07 Apr
Generation Gap

The Social Media Generation Gap

Every generation is known for their accomplishments. Each generation is associated with a historical event. All generations are defined by their lasting legacy. Generation Y is becoming known for its technological advances in social communications.

Constant interconnectivity, real-time communi...

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17 Mar
Social Media Isn't Foreplay

Social Media Isn’t Foreplay

Try to simply purchase a cup of coffee without running into some adolescent or young adult who has his or her head buried in their smartphone. I challenge you.

Interestingly enough, Nate Freeman, a journalist for The New York Observer, concludes that modern communication tools and social netwo...

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09 Mar
Greplin | Index Your Personal Life

Greplin | Index Your Personal Life

Are you overwhelmed with using fragmented services online that don’t communicate with each other? Do your Google Contacts always match your growing list of Facebook Friends? Can you remember if your last conversation with your sister happened over email, Twitter or LinkedIn? I sometimes find myse...

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11 Feb
Announcements | KEP.tv | The Economic Achievement Gap | Vizibility

Updates 2.11.11 | Weekly Wrap Up

The “Weekly Wrap Up” post is published every Friday and highlights the concluding week’s activities and events through text, images and video. I hope you enjoy and encourage you to subscribe via RSS and/or Email.

I wanted to take this Friday’s Weekly Wrap Up post to announce some exciting new ...

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