Reflections on the #HEWeb11 Conference from Farther Away
In keeping up with tradition from the regional conference last year, it is time once again to review my impressions of the HigherEdWeb Conference, this time from farther away in Austin, while I was somewhere in the Tri-State area (if you have to ask which area, then you don’t know.) I think this tweet summed…
Weekend Viewing: August 21, 2011
http://www.kaltura.com/index.php/kwidget/wid/0_fi5bolgt/uiconf_id/5349042 I couldn’t attend Blogher this year. Imagine my surprise when I found out that Blogher is hosting a *free* Virtual Conference containing highlights from the conference in San Diego. Learn how Ricki Lake uses social media and why she calls herself a ‘Twitterholic’.
Network for your Next Opportunity through Volunteering
OK, we all know the cries of graduating seniors about the challenges of obtaining employment after college. In addition to keeping you eyes peeled for opportunity, why not volunteer? Its how I got started. For instance, If you are in the NYC area next week, Brandcamp is in need to volunteers. You never know…
Small Business Technology Summit 2011 recap – #smallbizsummit
It’s that time of year again. Yesterday, I attended the 2011 Small Business Technology Summit. While normally at these events I would be tweeting non-stop, turns out I did more in person networking than tweeting. Therefore, I searched the #smallbizsummit feed and have highlighted the best tweets that encapsulate the summit. As always, thanks to…
Going to a conference soon? Best to BYOB. Bring Your Own Bandwidth.
Going to a conference soon? Best to BYOB. From The New York Times: Wi-Fi Overload at High-Tech Meetings Technology conferences would seem to be a natural for great Wi-Fi access, but the technology was not intended for large rooms and crowds. http://nyti.ms/gX4JLm Sent from my iPad
And the Winner Is…
Recharging my gear at #Brandsconf
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Weekend Project: WordPress Genius Bar
I served some time at the WordPress Genius Bar last weekend at WordCamp NYC. It was nice to help people out and make a connection or 2 as well. Even the genius can learn something new. I learned at least 5 different features and/or plugins that I didn’t know about previously. I also learned more…
How do you re-charge after a conference?
I’m back from Blogher 10. I know I didn’t have to travel far, but none the less, a conference can take a lot out of you whether you traveled less than 10 miles or over 10,000 miles. Here are some tips that can apply. Read Weekend Project: Winding Down after a Conference. Posted via email…
Weekend Project: Winding Down after a Conference
I’m back from Blogher 10. I know I didn’t have to travel far, but none the less, a conference can take a lot out of you whether you traveled less than 10 miles or over 10,000 miles. Here are some tips that can apply. 1. Take time to rest – if that’s a nap, sleeping,…