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17 Sep 2010

How Connected is Too Connected?

Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutes

On the road

By the time you read this, I will be on my way to an area hospital where my husband has a minor surgical procedure to undergo.

It’s nothing major, but he’ll need a ride back, so I’m going with him to make sure he’ll be ok and gets home instead of mysteriously landing up at the used record store he loves to frequent.

Because we have NO more room for records in our entertainment room/library/office.

At least, not until the basement has been modified into his “man cave.”


22 Aug 2010

Weekly Roundup: A Chuckle Or Seven

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

My friend Jill Foster posted this great tweet the other day.

I thought it was a great goal. Only problem was, by the time the evening rolled around, I’d only had one really good laugh thus far.

When I opened the door

“How’s it going?” said Evening to me, in a most avuncular fashion.

“Pretty good,” I answered, “except for this laugh thing.”

Evening pushed his bi-focals up his Dumbledore-esque proboscis and inspected me with a touch of concern. Could this daughter of the East be losing her marbles?

“You know, […]

02 Jul 2010

How Do You Say “Good Morning”?

Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes

One of the most important things you can do in social media is to say, “Good morning.”

Image: Mahesh Khanna, Creative Commons

It’s amazing who will respond, and what they’ll respond with.

Chuck Hester, for example, puts out a daily CHUCKle. Like this one from a few days ago:

Heh heh.

Today I saw Mike Schaffer saying, “Good morning, good morning to you,” which immediately reminded me of the song from “Singing […]

11 May 2010

Announcing The Women Grow Business Boot Camp

Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes

Of dogs, guacamole and groupies

Disclosure, though I hope you already know this: I’m editor of Women Grow Business, a Network Solutions-hosted blog community by, for and of women entrepreneurs. I’m paid to do this, though I was not paid (or asked) to cross-post this announcement. I chose to do so because I think it might be useful for some of my readers.

When I started editing Women Grow Business, I knew it would be a trip and a half, but I don’t think I realized what a wild ride it would […]

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