The following is a guest post from GL Hoffman, who wants to help you in this time of economic uncertainty.
This guest post comes from John Meadows, an original thinker and podcaster from Canada. I first met John at PodCamp Toronto, I believe, so it’s fitting that his guest post comes a week before the third installation of that event. John asks why we can’t be friends.
The following is a post from Alex Howard, brilliant tech writer, passionate local human, and someone I’m glad I know.
I asked Beth Ziesenis from Life on Avenue Z to tell me more about her online experience with SanDisk. She and I were talking on Twitter about my recent positive experience with WalMart via Twitter, and Beth had her own story to tell. So, here we are:
The SanDisk Story
A couple of weeks ago, I fired off a grumpy tweet after a frustrating 5-mile run with a SanDisk Sansa MP3 player that I was ready to flush.
The following guest post comes from the talented Jason Alba of JibberJobber.com
If you are like me, you don’t write blog posts to fish for negative comments.
This guest post comes from Julie Roads of Writingroads
The woods where I walk my dogs every morning are currently coated in a nasty sheet of ice – they have been for weeks. I ran into a neighbor on the trail this morning, and she said, ‘This ice sucks, it’s impossible to walk out here!’
Here’s a guest post from Seth Simonds. We had a few interesting chats lately on Twitter. I’m glad he was willing to throw some ideas my way in more than 140.
You can land a flathead catfish the size of a 10 year old child with your bare hands! It’s a sport in the southern United States known as “noodling” or “hand-grabbing.” It works on the premise that if a catfish thinks you’re a threat to its eggs, it will try to eat your arm. Follow these simple steps to put catfish on your table:
This guest post comes from Stephen Saber, CEO of the CrossTech Group (my parent company and business partner).
Twitter â€“ is it the Future or is it a Predictor of the Future?
Many people have asked in the past six months, is Twitter real and permanent. Does it have staying power? Can it really change how people communicate?