As I settle in to select quotes for tonight, my choice has been influenced by the events of the day. This afternoon I officiated a funeral service for a man who knew me most of my life. He lived 94 incredibly full years, and today his family and friends said goodbye and entered the journey of grieving which actually reminds us of life and love.
Pendapalooza time is here again - this time it is Pendapalooza VII. A lot of people still don't know what Pendapalooza is so we'll cover that real quick and give you a few tips on how you can get the most out of Pendapalooza. Just be warned - Pendapalooza is addictive. Pendapalooza is a game changer for a lot of players because it can drastically change the way you can play the game going forward.
For this post, I am returning to my A to Z Series of Social Media where T is for Twitter.
I have had quite a few conversations about Twitter lately that forced me to reflect on my own perspective– a year ago. The general theme of these conversations were 1) "I have a Twitter account but do not use it" and 2) "There is "too much noise " on Twitter- I cannot see the value and don't have the time".
From time to time, I like to share some blogs i read and enjoy with everyone to help spread the fun around. Today I have an eclectic mix that is sure to deliver something that almost anyone can enjoy. I'm not mandating you to run out and read them all, but stop back to this post now and then as you have time and work through them.
This 3 minute 40 second video clip may be the most important clip you have ever watched. It is missing a few ingredients and consequently offers some hope. I suggest it is already too late.
What’s missing you ask?
Add in state, county and city employees. Technically the Post Office is considered private. Guess again. Add in the military too and then add in teachers, all non-profit employees, everyone on social security and last but not least those on unemployment and welfare.
This short movie will educate you about a man who is the most wanted man in the world and why you should watch this short movie and get involved. This will change how you view the world. If you care about children, watch!
So sorry there was a problem with the upload yesterday.
WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD? For Philosophers. Plato: For the greater good. Karl Marx: It was a historical inevitability. Machiavelli: So that its subjects will view it with admiration, as a chicken which has the daring and courage to boldly cross the road, but also with fear, for whom among them has the strength to contend with such a paragon of avian virtue?
Some posts just are not meant to be written. A few days ago I got an idea for a post, wrote the title you see above and downloaded the image at left, though honestly I've forgotten what the image has to do with the title. I've never been twitterpated about memes, although I have occasionally come up with some clever one…