When I started seeing #Ferguson all over Twitter, before the two reporters were even arrested, I felt compelled to speak. Yet, I don’t live in Missouri and I blog on digital media not politics. Initially, I couldn’t see how sharing my opinion would help anyone other than possibly myself. Yet, non-traditional sources are shaping the […]Read more "Learning #Ferguson via Twitter"
What led me to starting this blog was an intangible feeling that I could somehow learn how to live a better life, and even crazier, help other people do that too. I define “30 Is The New 45” as an urgency to live better. We all have friends who look twice their age, look fabulous […]Read more "On building my personal brand"
There are similarities between where we are now with social media and where the world was during the start of the Industrial Revolution. While most revolutions are started by people who want to challenge the status quo, currently the most influential digital ‘agents of change’ are the status quo, people like Ezra Klein and Arianna […]Read more "Native Advertising, Ezra Klein and Transparency"
Social media is at a crossroads. Today, the Federal Reserve Chief, in the words of Mashable, “poured water on social media valuations,” and that’s not the worst part of social media’s problem. There are legitimate digital marketers (deemed so by Forbes) who refuse to be associated with the word social. Yes, the outlook for social […]Read more "Social is the Revolution"