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Ripe For The Picking and Right On Trend: Real Life

June 24, 2013

If you haven’t already heard, Baratunde Thurston is on the cover of the July/August ’13 issue of Fast Company. (Yes! The same Baratunde from The Artist Interviews!) This is great. B is one of my favorite people on this earth…. and I’m hoping that his article is actually a harbinger of a larger trend that [...]

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Realer than Likability

September 22, 2011

This summer I’ve been reading The Corrections by one of the great writers of our time, Jonathan Franzen, so I was particularly anxious to read an excerpt from his commencement address at Kenyon College this spring, which I found in The Week. I’ve been hanging on to the following thoughts of his for a while [...]

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Self Publishing, The Road to Info-Paralysis

March 15, 2011

Last week I shared a vaguely painful post about my personal experience in the publishing world as someone who has published a book with a traditional publisher and is currently partnering on a new project to do so again. If you haven’t read that story, I’d recommend you get all the dirty details. They’ll help [...]

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Facebook: Social Proof of What?

February 24, 2011

This week I was invited to be part of Jason Keith’s amazing Social Fresh Tampa 2011 conference. I was particularly excited to check it out because of the full day of Facebook training presented in conjunction with some big players on the social media field—and I know virtually nothing about Facebook for business. HubSpot sponsored [...]

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The Numbers By Generation

June 10, 2010

Depending who you ask, there are roughly 79 million Baby Boomers (people born between 1946 and 1964) in the United States. The first of them became eligible for Social Security two years ago. There are only 51 million members of Gen X (people born between 1965 and 1976). However, there are 75 million “Millenials” (1977 – 1998). Boomers [...]

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