Self-Promotion for Introverts by Nancy Ancowitz
Click here to visit the site. Click here to download the PDF. “Introverts. The world needs us, can’t live without us, and often doesn’t quite get us. However, we persist, mostly behind the scenes, quietly contributing to society—writing, creating, designing, researching, solving problems, and digging for treasures ancient and new. Are you one of us? If you’re more...
Ogilvy ad breaks through against prejudice
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Dailybooth.com: the tweet of a thousand words
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then consider dialybooth a one-thousand word tweet. I’ve been playing around for a couple weeks. You might even see the likes of Gary Vaynerchuk in the feed. via ethernick Posted via web from ether+nick | Comment »
Google Wave to Posterous
Google Wave to PosterousThis post is directly from google wave. All it takes is three steps Add posterous-robot.appspot.com to your contacts Make a new wave to sign in, and sign in Start another new wave to start posting. Easy peasy. One catch - you need to allow pop-ups. And I’ve found that it’s glitchy in safari. So keep it to firefox via google-wave-robot Posted via web ...
Don't Read The News Today
I went into Google Reader, to do my daily news reads, when I saw this…..o.k. I’ll take the hint. Posted via email from ether+nick | Comment »
Add Tweetmeme to Blogger templates
I was trying to figure it out, and I found an answer. Click Expand Widget Templates and look for “<div class=’post-header-line-1’>” After that it’s a matter of adding your tweetmeme and fbshare.me code, wherever you want it. The key is to set the url’s with <data:post.url/>. In this example I decided to float it, and switch the service to use...
If you need to smile, win a kazoo! Posted via web from ether+nick | Comment »
I have yet to make sense of Radio on TV
Don’t get me wrong, it works. But this kind of media convergence has yet to make sense. Is this a symbol that radio doesn’t have the penetration it used to? That TV doesn’t have enough content? picture via A-Channel & C-Fax Posted via email from ether+nick | Comment »
Balanced News by Embracing Bias
I had a thought in class for a newspaper. What if newspapers had two or more articles on the same topic, but from different perspectives? Would that be of any use? Would it change readership? Would embracing bias and showing both sides of the bias, counteract it? If not in the sense of traditional print media, then maybe a flag on google news that indicates, left wing, right wing or editorial?...