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Steve Jobs, Storyteller (via Digital Directions Online)

August 26, 2011 2 comments

Much is being written today regarding Steve Jobs decision to step down as CEO of Apple. There are many stories of his current and past achievements, and already a wrap up of all of the patents in which he's been involved. Long a fan of most things Apple, I've also been impressed with Jobs' ability to tell a story, particularly when it came to his new products. His "one more thing…" stories are legendary. Ri … Read More

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10 Things You Shouldn’t Do On Facebook (via Techland)

January 13, 2011 6 comments

10 Things You Shouldn't Do On Facebook People often post offensive or insensitive things on their Facebook, and sometimes those updates and pictures can be downright criminal – literally. Check out Techland's list of things you shouldn't do on Facebook, lest you want to face some sort of negative repercussions. Ranging from being convicted of a criminal offense to making yourself a target of a robbery to things that can help you lose your job, here's things that you can easily avoid d … Read More

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Social Media Minute Cayman Islands Edition Video 9 of 11

December 1, 2010 Leave a comment

establish ONLINE TRUST by sharing your “land marked” photos and using apps like Four square and Google Earth

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Social Media Minute Cayman Islands Edition Video 7 of 11

September 17, 2010 4 comments

Social Media Secrets Revealed 

Is Amazon Lying About eBooks Outselling Printed Books? (via Me and My Kindle)

September 17, 2010 12 comments

Great Read!

Is Amazon Lying About eBooks Outselling Printed Books? It's been bothering me for a while. My friend Patrick said he didn't believe ebooks were outselling printed books. In July, Amazon announced they'd sold 180 Kindle books for every 100 hardcover books, but my friend insisted Amazon must've been including all the free ebooks they give away every day. He was wrong about that. I tracked down Amazon's original press release, where they specifically said they hadn't used free Kindle books in their figu … Read More

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This Chrome extension is going to revolutionize the way I plagiarise the interwebs (via Think LAB)

September 6, 2010 13 comments

Wow! Very interesting diagnosis.

This Chrome extension is going to revolutionize the way I plagiarise the interwebs I have recently added yet another tool that makes it easier to instantly broadcast the work of others to multiple audiences in an attempt to appear smart and informed. Since you are reading this, can you please advise if it is working? I am desperate for the feedback and need to validate myself by your responses to what is in many cases the re-tweeting and re-b … Read More

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