Feel overwhelmed by the seemingly impossible task of trying to keep up with everything you need to keep track of online? Try using Feedly to help filter the flow of information while making consuming and sharing the work of others more manageable.
A few months ago LexisNexis and Internet Brands announced they would form a joint venture.
Mitch Joel (@mitchjoel) writes in his new book, Ctrl Alt Delete, that the most effective way to connect with people online so as to build a reputation is to imagine the person you’re connecting with is standing right there in front of you.
I have much to be thankful for. My wife who continues to hang in there with me and my craziness. My five kids, all of whom came home for Thanksgiving. My yellow lab, Lou, who serves as my running companion.
The 74 plus age demographic is showing the quickest gains in social media consumption. This per Slate’s Suchi Rudra, writing that you are never too old for social media.
Good bloggers pick up a steady stream of spam comments to their blog. 99.9% of the spam comments are never seen by the blogger or the public, they are filtered out automatically.
This blog post is inspired by Semih Yağcıoğlu. Semih develops software in Ankara, Turkey. Semih caught my attention after he followed me on Twitter. As I perused Semih’s stream of tweets, I came across his tweet referencing Psychologist Kelly McGonigal’s TedTalk: How to make stress your friend. This talk took place in Edinburgh, Scotland in June of 2013.