The ‘Just Good Stuff’ Category

Sometimes, I just need to repost something when it’s so simple and good. This just nails it. “When designing a new product or program, it’s pretty clear that a successful organization will invite: The lawyer, so you don’t break any

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A fun new buzz word to add to the mix! “Content Marketing” The basic premise is simple…provide good content to your customers, your community, your tribe…and they will be grateful and love you…and maybe even promote your product(s) or business

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My brother asked me, “what are the 3 best things you’ve read about digital culture or the internet recently?” Hmmm. Here’s what came to mind: Mark Suster on, “The Power of Twitter in Information Discovery.” Mark seems to live and

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If you’ve never seen this video of the dancing guy at the Sasquatch Music Festival, I urge you to watch it. It’s pure pleasure. Add to it the insightful commentary from Derek Sivers’ 3 minute presentation from the TED Conference

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Sir Ken hits it in so many ways. We are truly facing a crisis and it goes to depths of what makes us human…are we enduring or enjoying our lives? If  you’ve never watched him speak, it’s one of those

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Ralph Edmond Stanley was born, grew up, and lives today in rural southwestern Virginia—”in a little town called McClure at a place called Big Spraddle, just up the holler” from where he moved in 1936 and has lived ever since.

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Beckett

The essence of the social web’s promise


I am happy to do my part to promote and memorialize the celebrity my cousin is enjoying with his simple, yet brilliant, ploy to get a job with one of NYC’s top creative agency. If you haven’t heard how he

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When you’re feeling sad and blue…like the world might end…this is a bit refreshing.


This is so great. Watch what happens when you empower your community to help you create something beautiful. Thanks Shaun and Mutopo,