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@schmittastic @TheRealSJR Thanks Amy. I also use Compfight on the odd occasion. It helps find Creative Commons pics from Flickr, and even gives you the credit code in HTML to save you finding the author's profile page. I stick the credit on the end of the post when I use one of those images, but otherwise all the images on the site come from 123rf. :)
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Finding Royalty Free Photos For Your Content [VIDEO]
My favourite is 123rf.com. They have thousands of free images and just ask you to add a link to your site, which is easily done. I put a blanket credit link in the footer of my site and then just use their images everywhere - check http://usfitties.com to see what I mean.
I wish Social Media Week was the first week of October instead, as that's when I'm over in TO next. I'll just have to keep an eye on events online as usual... ;)
1 year, 3 months ago on Wattpad embraces Social Media Week in Toronto
@Deidre Drewes Ha! Deal... although I suspect Twitter might not be the best tool for the job. DM me anyway... :)
1 year, 4 months ago on A Comparison of Social Media Monitoring Tools: The Search for the Holy Grail
@Deidre Drewes @RicDragon Sounds reasonable to me. I'd personally love to know the areas Radian6 falls down on. I'm looking at that product right now with great interest, so any thoughts would be much appreciated.
Journalistic balance sounds good - make sure you keep your core tight when you do it. #fitnessjoke
Nice work - very comprehensive indeed. Despite mentioning them, I was interested that you didn't include Radian6 in the spreadsheet. What the reason behind that?
@JohnJamesKaiser Nothing wrong with a little butter. Certainly a lot better than ANY of the (so called) healthy spread alternatives. Some good fat facts in this article, which focuses on EFAs etc. http://usfitties.com/nutrition/fat-enemy-five-fat-facts/
1 year, 5 months ago on A Last-Minute, Super-Effective Fat Burning Diet...that may actually be healthy for you
No, no noooooo Amy. Thank YOU! :)
2 years, 2 months ago on Thank You. [VIDEO]
Smart new clothes Amy. Well done!
2 years, 2 months ago on Making Changes for the Better
I don't mind a queue where it is sensible to do so. Starbucks, for example - I'd hate it if I'd been there 5 minutes waiting in line for someone to walk through the door and leave before me with a drink. First come, first served works well here.
But otherwise, I tend to avoid queues. As I've gotten older, I've become less tolerant of them. I wait for the day when I'm so old that I can just jump the queue and nobody will say a word. OAPs can get away with murder when it comes to queues. ;)
2 years, 5 months ago on 12 Most Frustrating Queues I Have to Endure