I’ve used the image of the Jury Room in Columbus, Ohio in presentations about social media for years. The point I made usually went something along these lines: This is a pub that sits across the street from the courthouse … Continued
We’re still social, technology just changes how we socialize Amen! I still hear from lots of people about how those people on Facebook or Twitter just walk around looking at their phones all day, the world has become so unsocial … Continued
So yeah, we need to talk about this. Not just in IT, in every industry and workplace. 1 in 10 Americans reports suffering from depression. If you have more than 10 people working in your company, there is a very, very good chance that someone there is dealing with depression, and is at risk. They, like me, need help.
As if to prove that old axiom about mice and men, roughly 3 years after moving to South Carolina because we wanted to be in the South, we now find ourselves on the verge of moving about as far away … Continued
According to William Chalmers, yes we do. Truthfully, as I read through his list of ways that Americans are taking vacations wrong, I found myself thinking that I’m guilty of some of them, even though I agreed with much of … Continued
Assumptions. We all make them. We all stereotype certain people, and make assumptions about others every single day. We can’t help it. It truly is part of our DNA. Our brains are hard-wired to make assumptions about people in order … Continued
Three years ago, I wrote a bit about being thankful for social networking. As I looked back over posts from previous Thanksgiving Holidays here in the US, I was struck by what I wrote then, and how much more it … Continued