What Arianna Huffington Might Have To Say About Building Spiritual Movements

Michael Hyatt recently blogged about his experience at last month’s O’Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing Conference. A highlight for Hyatt was Arianna Huffington’s keynote address, entitled, “Publishing is Dead; Long Live Publishing!” I admire Huffington’s leadership in creating the amazing vortex of information, opinion, and celebrity that is Huffington Post, one of the world’s most […]

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Are We Ourselves?

How much do we self-edit in social media? I’ve always assumed that everyone put their best foot forward when representing themselves on say, Facebook. That’s why I was fascinated by Sarah Perez’ recent article at ReadWriteWeb, entitled, “On Facebook, You’re Really You.” From the article: “Are people who they really say they are online? Conventional […]

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I Twit

I’m a social media girl Living in a social media world; But the truth of the matter Has slowly unfurled: Facebook I love And blogging is fine; But Twitter, I’m afraid, Was a pain in the behind. I gave it a shot. I thought It might be fun; yet Twitter turned out to be Mostly […]

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Tehran, Tornadoes, and Twitter

. I’m still fighting off the forces seeking to suck me into the Twittersphere…but it may be a losing battle. I’m still not convinced Twitter will replace Facebook as my social networking system of choice any time in the near future. (Heck, I’m still working on getting more of my similarly-aged friends on Facebook; Twitter […]

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