Explore more visuals like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Comments and notes Language has always fascinated me and not just because words have been the tool I use to pay the bills. A good deal of it comes from growing up in a house where multiple languages were spoken […]
That video is pretty good, I agree with much of it. If you asked me to provide you with a list of my top five ways to enhance your creativity they would be: Take risks. Don’t fear failure. Don’t fear looking foolish. Don’t over think. Follow Yoda’s advice, “do or do not.” Young children do […]
Credit to TSO Photography. This was filmed over the course of 7 days at El Teide, Spain’s highest mountain. How does that make you feel is something I say and think about both personally and professionally. It is what I say to my children when I want them to think about what they have done […]
Every time someone tells me that I need to build a list and start an email newsletter I think of the pile of books around my house that I still haven’t gotten around to reading. That pile isn’t shrinking as fast as I would like it to and is not because I am not reading. […]
My Facebook feed is filled with a mix angry rhetoric, humor and inane commentary about this and that. Sometimes I read the comment thread and I wonder if people know the difference between fact and opinion. It reminds me of a Constitutional law class I took in college. We were learning about free speech and […]
There is an ongoing discussion within and around the blogosphere about whether blog comments are dying and or dead. I haven’t touched upon it much but those of you who hang out ’round these parts know I believe comments are a critical part of blogging. Comments build community and help create blog fodder for future […]
by NowSourcing. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Perfect for a Sunday morning, but if you are like me coffee is an everyday, any time of day sort of drink.
One of the biggest challenges bloggers face is building a highly engaged community. We all lead busy lives and face daily decisions about how and where to spend our time. In December 2012 I shared a post about Google Plus communities and discussed my hope and curiosity about whether it would be a useful resource […]