The St. Louis Bloggers Guild has a hot topic for a chilly Saturday planned for this month’s Lunch & Learn: So You Wrote a Novel, Now What? to be presented by Kelli Stuart. Kelli is a published author and writes the blog Minivans are Hot as well as the editor and force who keeps the… Continue reading February Lunch & Learn: So You Wrote a Novel, Now What?
So, back to Groundswell and the reasons why I said, “must read.” Groundswell is well researched (Forrester research data from around the world, 65 corporate examples and 25 full case studies), written by two great, knowledgeable writers and fellow particpants, Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff, and is exceptionally readable at the same time. Readability in… Continue reading Must Read: Groundswell (Con’t)
A story in today’s Ad Age by Simon Dumenco said that there is no such thing as blogging and no such thing as a blogger…"it’s just the software, people." He says that blogging is instantaneous, "voice-y", and opinionated but says this is not different than old-school media. He says that just because there are blog… Continue reading Ad Age Says There Is No Such Things as Blogging..But The Name Is Cool
I am excited to note that Doris Wild Helmering has a blog. …check it out!
Are many blogs just like Cliff Notes? You don’t read the story, you read about the story…over and over and over again. I think bloggers should at least add a personal comment or two when they post a “new flash” quickly excerpted from someone else’s blog or the morning news…otherwise what’s the point?
There are two kinds of people in this world, those that get blogging and those that never will. I know that many Bloggers like to refer to themselves as Evangelists…and I do get THAT (That=It, in this case) For me suffice it to say, I JUST love Blogs. It was love at first sight. The chemistry was there…the relationship has grown and deepened.
Today’s New York Times reported two size increases …M&Ms and paperback books. Because as we Baby Boomers age we struggle with the small print size of paperback books, several publishers are issuing some books in a new Baby Boomer friendly print size. M&Ms are apparently now available in a supersize called Mega M&Ms.