Some words are so true… (Taken with instagram)
This is my friend from Scotland. His name is @The_Macallan & he goes with Everything. (Taken with instagram)
Strange beerfellows. (Taken with instagram)
Just to be clear, this is Rodin’s Thinker, not #tebowing version 1.0. Education is good. (Taken with instagram)
While the influx of red robes makes me feel like I’m at a Stonecutter’s meeting, my city never let’s me down (Taken with instagram)
This one is a bit long. However, as with many things, the best part is at the end:
Social Media Week 2012 has come and [unfortunately] gone and overall, I had a blast. My live tweeting sessions were quite expansive outside of a couple or maybe a few panels. Though no one, including myself, could expect that every panel would be incredible, amazing or any other laudatory adjective, while I would describe the conference, as a WHOLE, with the use of recommendatory verbiage, there were a couple of panels whose blatant selling tactics rubbed me the wrong way and thus, led to one of my rants.
The information was presented by Beverly Jackson in here explanation of how the GRAMMY®s used and rocked their social media campaign.
Every one who attended found this amazing…
What do you think?
We’ve all seen this before—the infamous failwhale. It often shows up at inopportune times. In recent history, you see it less and less, which is good. The only problem is now, as recent as this past weekend, we’ve been seeing this more often which is MUCH worse.