A Google+ workflow and it’s problems

July 11, 2011

Tweet In a discussion today on Google+ with Evan Prodromou (https://plus.google.com/u/0/104323674441008487802/about), I found myself defending the need for more than 5000 people in your (Circle of contacts). First, let me say that of course I agree that having 5000 people in one stream is unmanageable. That’s why the workflow I propose is to not only […]

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Getting Started with Google+ – Part 2

July 11, 2011

Tweet Once you have some basic circle structure in place, you are going to want to start populating them. Since Google+ is so new and your circle of total friends is much larger than the subset of that circle that is already on Google+, I found a combination of adding “A listers” (people who contribute […]

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A Thought on Google+ Circles – Privacy vs. Relevance

July 9, 2011

Tweet After a week on Google+, here’s my comment on Circles. What’s the point? (Groan). No really, what’s the point of circles? It seems that Google has tried to put the privacy issue on the front burner as if the primary challenge facing people in Social Media is picking who gets to see their content. […]

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Getting Started with Google+

July 7, 2011

Tweet If you are new to Google+, it helps to have a little help getting started. There’s already a few technical tutorials on the Google+ interface (The Best Google Plus Tutorials is a good blog post on a few), and Google does a great job in their tours of introducing you to basic functionality, so […]

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LinkedIn and Sterling Ledet

June 29, 2011

Tweet I’m fairly active on a few social networks, but the one that I tend to use the most is LinkedIn. I try to connect with all my clients, most of my vendors, and a lot of people in my industry. I’m not a completely open networker but I’m not all that cautious about who […]

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Final Cut Pro X – Where do you weigh in?

June 26, 2011

Tweet So FInal Cut Pro X is out and the uproar is dramatic. The infamous New York Times review, Pogue’s response from Apple engineer’s, and finally his mia culpa, the product’s not ready, seems to capture much of the mood. I’ve not heard of any broadcasters switching. Have you? If you define professional as someone […]

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Free HTML Resume template for designers

June 6, 2011

Tweet Graphic designer and web developers need a resume that not only lists their skills, but itself serves as a display of their talent. Several free templates are available that can help get you started. http://www.chris-creed.com/products/azuka/ http://sampleresumetemplate.net/ http://www.terrill.ca/articles/html_resume Speckyboy also has a list of 40 creative resume designs to use for inspiration then a link […]

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Twitter

June 6, 2011

Tweet I’ve recently become a lot more involved on Twitter. Followers are up significantly and now that the initial learning hurdle is cleared, I’m thinking this is going to be both fun and professionally rewarding. So first things, first. Follow @sjledet Here’s my recommended path for those who want to take the plunge. Now, start […]

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Technorati 2FNVFRZ3AXF7

May 31, 2011

Tweet Technorati is probably one of the most influential blog directories out there. Finally got around to adding this blog to it. The claim code I need to use for their spiders is 2FNVFRZ3AXF7

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Empire Avenue

May 26, 2011

Tweet {EAV_BLOG_VER:f28eeafaeebb8975} <- That’s proof to Empire Avenue that I’m a blogger. Empire Avenue is the best game I’ve found on Facebook yet. It has real world implications too, as it helps you build your social network with real marketers. I’m really enjoying it. Klout meets MafiaWars meets Motley Fool. Very entertaining.

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