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Hrmm... I've done things that I'm ashamed of having done. (No, I won't share them.) Doing stupid things is part of life, growth, and wrong decisions. I forgive myself but that only relieves the blame; it doesn't cleanse the shame. But I can learn from and live with my mistakes and shame. Shame helps to calibrate my moral compass.
3 months, 2 weeks ago on The Bitch Slap: The Only Thing You Should Ever Be Ashamed Of
Hi Eric, I don't curate Transport Tuesday anymore.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://ericleslie.com/guides/daily-photography-themes-googleplus
Thanks Sprout Social :) @Twylah adds a whole new #SEO dimension to twitter . I setup a custom domain at http://tweets.atstuff.com. The ability to pin 3 topics is a great feature; helps them rise above my other chatter.
1 year ago on Create Your Own Twitter Home Page With Twylah
Hi Allen, I'm interested to hear what you think of the XPS 13 after you put it through its paces; I'm in the market for an ultrabook to replace my old notebook. I've had Dell notebooks and desktops in the past and my current workstation is a Dell. The latest two systems have been adequate but not inspiring and I'm wondering if Dell has gotten it's mojo back.
1 year ago on Dell Continues to Deliver On Promises
@DannyBrown @RedheadWriting Many thanks for putting this together!
1 year, 1 month ago on A Special Livefyre Q&A with Erika Napoletano AKA @RedHeadWriting
@RedheadWriting Booyah! Will do...
When are you bringing the road show to Lexington KY (or Cincinnati, or Louisville)?
@Erroin @RedheadWriting Thanks, my hat was an accidental discovery ;)
@DannyBrown @RedheadWriting And how do the current challenges compare to the early ones?
@Sandi Amorim Why thank you!
You set a new standard for polarizing people (hope my phrasing is correct there) and you're able to do it with a pretty good feel for who, what, and why.
How do you test the water in a first contact when you haven't had a chance to do due diligence (eg the phone rings and it's somebody that you don't know but want to talk to). They might be expecting you to be your brand but you don't know how much of your brand :)
Our reputation follows us with contacts as they change companies and needs. If we're unpopular in the current iteration, can we mitigate being unpopular when the contact's next gig might be a good fit for us?
You, and every blogger, that shares insight, knowledge, and opinion "deserves." I remember when knowledge and information was only available for a price. Whether it was currency, trade, or social capital at the lunch counter, there was a price. Now, via the blogosphere, I have access to what feels like unlimited information and analysis. It's my responsibility to decide what's useful, valid, and I should pursue but that's a different type of price (and that overhead has always existed.)
So what once had a price, is now available on my schedule whenever I want it via yours and other bloggers hard work. You deserve to be compensated for your contribution to that value. Regardless of whether you choose to do something else tomorrow or decide to do it from office.
Oh, and by the way, thank you :)
2 years, 5 months ago on Why Bloggers Deserve to Be Deserving
Very entertaining! A 10 for 10 feel-good. Thanks!
2 years, 5 months ago on A Christmas Video from Bonsai Interactive