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Category Archives: Communication in General

Another redesign?

Apple isn’t the only one messing around with their product line today. I’m working on a new design for my Web site. It will be cleaner. It will not have ads popping up in the wrong spots. It will be easier to subscribe to a feed and follow me on Twitter (and later, Facebook). I’m …

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“To the graduating class of 2011…”

I’ve never been asked to give a graduation speech. I don’t mind because a graduation speech is probably the most useless one anyone can give. You try to impart 5–7 minutes worth of wisdom (which the students should have been given over the past 18 years) at a time when people are the least inclined to …

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What Justin Bieber can teach us about Web marketing

One of the things that I saw in the Justin Bieber concert film Never Say Never (besides disturbing scenes of prepubescent lust) is how important the Internet is in promoting artists. Justin Bieber is an Internet creation. He was discovered from his YouTube videos and built his fan base through Twitter. So, what can the rest …

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The King’s Speech and Finding Your Voice

There are a couple of things I got out of watching The King’s Speech. The first is how ridiculous the MPAA can be. Did this movie really deserve an R rating because it exceeded its quota of f-words? The second, and most important thing, is the importance of finding your own voice.

“So, what are you doing to your Web site?”

I’m doing lots of things to my Web site… First, I’m (finally) starting to integrate the rest of my Web site’s content with this blog format. This will make it easier for you to get around by giving you a consistent interface. You can also post comments to my articles and speeches. With a few …

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