Monthly Archives: December 2012

Best Christmas Day Tweets 2012

One of my most popular posts of all time is a list of Christmas tweets I put together in 2010. Here’s my 2012 update. Some are touching, some are funny. The last one is for my more intellectual friends. I am looking forward to my breakfast with Mrs Claus, it will make a change from […]

You Can Help by Forgetting You Ever Read This Man’s Name

“You can help by donating to mental health research instead of pointing to gun control as the problem. You can help by turning off the news.” – Morgan Freeman. Click through to read the entire story.

I Want My Kilter Back

I’m on vacation for three days. I selected these days – in the middle of the work week – to get back on kilter. Or get my kilter back. Whatever. My assignment for the next 72 hours is to do only one thing at a time. You might say I’ve orchestrated my own multitasking intervention. I […]

Boost Your Career Through EQ

Spend a few minutes to examine your emotional quotient. It could start you on a personal development path that will benefit your career – and your personal relationships, as well.

Social Networks: Locally Random – Collectively Predictable

What makes a post go viral? Are there major influencers out there in cyberland? Can anyone predict the next hot topic? I read an article this morning that provided surprising perspective. Read it here. <geekalert> This post may only appeal to those interested in the psychological and psychographic makeup of social networks. </geekalert>


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