I am following Steve Rubel's lead and shifting more to Posterous as a place to post - or rather, stream. Or as Stowe Boyd puts it, the flow.
I will still use this blog as a place to post longer comments and observations. This is just an experiment, but my sense is that it's time to move up and move on beyond the notion of just bloggging.... mosey on over here and let me know what you think.
Next time you hold an event that involves name badges, be sure to have them Twitter-friendly. Promote your attendee's twitter names so that after the event, participants can continue the conversation and newly formed relationships.
Client, Pocket Communications, is expanding its coverage area into the Corpus Christi and South Texas region. The launch takes place in conjunction with a new branding and marketing campaign themed “Truth in Wireless,” as the company re-positions itself as a viable and affordable alternative in wireless services. At launch, Pocket will open 11 company stores and will have distribution at H.E.B., selected Stripes stores, and an initial 5 independent dealers in the Corpus Christi area.
When I was a Junior at Antioch College, I had a chance to spend the year in London. While we were "studying," I also had the chance to experience the years of 1973 - 1974 with IRA bombings, the mods and rockers scene and all sorts of crazy and fun concerts.
The following year, I had a chance to return for a semester program in Urban Studies, in which I wanted to write a paper on the interpretation of the urban environment as depicted through the lyrics of Quadrophenia.
I wrote Pete Townshend a letter requesting an interview. While he turned me down, he did write me a nice letter verifying my premise. 35 years later, and being a long time Who fan, I am making another attempt to reach out to Pete. I have a cousin in LA who recommended I enter the Maximum Windmill contest, and I just could not resist.
So, taking a break from work, here's the piece of work I submitted. I had all of 30 seconds to show what I could do. Enjoy....
Debbie Weil Debbie Weil, aka the MonaLisaOfBlogging.com, is a corporate blogging and online communications consultant and the author of the forthcoming "The Corporate Blogging Book: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know to Get It Right" for Penguin Portfolio (2006).