About a year ago Drew McLellan and 100 other bloggers collaborated on a groundbreaking book called The Age of Conversation. With such a distinguished contributer list and all the proceeds of the book benefiting Variety - the Children's Charity it was a fabulous project. If you'd like to get an … Read more about Contributing to The Age of Conversation: Why Don’t People Get It?
Got tagged by Director Tom with the Page 123 meme. He tagged me via Twitter, which is a new twist. The point of this meme is to take whatever book you are reading right now and share sentences 6-8 on page 123. Here it goes. Right now I'm reading Who Are You Really, and What Do You Want? by … Read more about Your Reading Stack Meme
Gorgeous and I are taking a much needed break this weekend. Tomorrow is our 10th anniversary! So we decided to make it special. We're heading to Colorado to spend some time in the mountains. That will be a big change for us living here in Savannah. They call the area around here the Low Country … Read more about Going for a Soak
I've been using Twitter for just over a year now. My first Twitter day started on March 9th 2007. I quickly found that Twitter is addictive but I have stuck with it just the same. Over the past year I've tweeted a little over 4100 times and accumulated 500+ followers. These aren't overly … Read more about Top 9 Reasons I’m Not Following You on Twitter
When Johannes Gutenberg developed his movable type printing press in the early 1400's it revolutionized the publishing industry in many of the same ways that the recent development of blogging is. Prior to Gutenberg publishing was accomplished using two primary means. The most common way was for … Read more about Blogging as Revolutionary as Gutenberg Press
Wired posted an article pointing out that the US Air Force has started blocking access to domain names with the word "blog" in the URL as a matter of general policy. Out of Touch? The thrust of the article is that the primary reason for the new policy is because blogs are seen by the Air Force … Read more about Is the Air Force Out of Touch or Out of Context on Blogs?
I've been a fan of MyBlogLog since before they were purchased by Yahoo! But they are steadily going downhill. I have proof. The Salad Days There was a time when I considered MyBlogLog a wonderful thing. Back say nearly a year and a half ago I posted about a problem with the MyBlogLog … Read more about MyBlogLog Going Steadily Downhill
Well, after giving it some more thought I've decided to implement the formal Comment Policy that we talked about last week. Basically we're going to use it as is for now. If we see a need to adjust down the road we'll adapt it as required. We've got a Comment Policy Page in place. And I've … Read more about Comment Policy Formalized
Hillary Clinton campaigned for president using a traditional approach to media. I call it the Push & Spin Approach. At this point that outdated approach to media, along with the rest of her campaign, seems to have failed miserably. Push & Spin The traditional approach to media is all about … Read more about Hillary Clinton’s Approach to Social Media Killed Her Campaign
I've know blogging associate Mike DeWitt for quite a while now. We first met at Open Comment Night over on Successful-Blog way back when. So far Mike has commented on every single one of my Bed Head posts. (We're on Day 12 of 40 right now. I went back through and checked. He hasn't missed one … Read more about Knowledgeable Expert or Shameless Profiteer?
One year ago this coming Saturday I announced here on SuccessCREEations that we were going to start rewarding quality commenters. In that post I announced two things. I installed the Show Top Commentors plugin (original version.) I had some challenges with the plugin when I updated the blog and … Read more about Updating Our Comment Policy
Fast Company may have jumped aboard the Social Media bandwagon but National Public Radio (NPR) is still very much an old media company. My Dad forwarded me a link to a funny song about blogging that he thought I'd enjoy. Dad's a wise man. He trained me as a kid to appreciate Mark Russell and … Read more about NPR – Not So Social Media