It was just me and Danny Grzywacz on the stage in the multipurpose room at T.E.C. Everyone else was out. Done. Kaput!
They either botched a word or did not properly state it before and after the spelling–that one always gets people, that and ‘i’ before ‘e.’ Either way, it was the two of us, [...]
I didn’t think an article about grammar would make me laugh so hard. But after opening a link my writer friend Lori posted to Facebook, a 2012 Harvard Business Review article by Kyle Wiens, I let out a huge giggle.
Why I Won’t Hire People Who Use Poo
[This rather long blog post originally appeared at my work-life balance project All the Stuff Done, but I thought this was a better home for it, so I moved it here and recapped it there. Thanks for letting me talk that through.]
I found ‘my space’ in higher ed social media in 2006; [...]
I had the pleasure of speaking at the 2013 Web Conference at Penn State in early June. My presentation, “People are (s)Talking: How to Get Users to Participate and Not Just Spectate” was part of the marketing track.
To put icing on the cake, my session was the one in [...]
I do it. I admit it. But it’s usually a last resort, or for something that needs quick turnaround. I’m talking about email interviews.
When I have ample time, especially when it comes to magazine features and news stories, it’s hands down just better to interview someone in person–or at the very least, over the [...]
After taking two eight-week terms off (for travel purposes — Yellowstone Trip and HighEdWeb), I am happy to be back in the swing of this with the MBA program at Elizabethtown College. This term, it’s Global Business Strategies. While I don’t think I’ll ever be involved in international business, at least at a [...]
(NOTE: This is not a rant. This is truly meant to be an inspirational post with an (unsolicited, of course) idea on how to make a great event better. I am not a fundraising professional so these are just opinions based on my own thoughts, feelings and ideas and they in no way represent any [...]
I attended my first eduWeb conference last week. There, I presented in the marketing track a presentation called “No Such Thing as TMI: How to Create a Culture of (Content) Sharing”. I was stoked to return to Boston, meet new higher ed web friends, reconnect with other higher ed pals, and also visit [...]
Thanks to Google Alerts, I was delighted to find the one of Elizabethtown College’s Pinterest boards made it into the post “20 Best College Pin Board Ideas for Pinterest” over at SaveDelete.com. This is a blog I hadn’t seen before, so I also was happy to find new reading material.
This post highlighted [...]
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