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Meme Time: Changing the World in 2012

Maddie Grant has thrown down the gauntlet of the first meme challenge (that I’m aware of) of 2012: How am I going to change the world in 2012? The responses are already starting. I particularly like Jeffrey Cufaude‘s reframing of … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Baseball, motherhood, apple pie, and technology: Why Netbooks are better than Smart Phones. This article nicely captures why I chose the Macbook Air, at an admittedly considerably higher cost than either a Netbook or a Smart Phone. (Shout out to … Continue reading

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X-er Meme: Sell Out? Who, Me?

Since what I’m reading this week mostly comes down to the responses to the “Has Gen X Sold Out?” meme Maddie started (impetus provided by Jeff), and I’ve been tagged by both Maddie and KiKi, I’m letting the meme take … Continue reading

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Leadership Meme

Jamie Notter tagged me in the leadership meme he inadvertently started with his post on becoming a leader. If I had to pick only 3 tips, here’s what I’d recommend: Praise in public, correct in private. This encompasses a number … Continue reading

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Why I Blog Meme

I’ve been tagged by the lovely and brilliant Hecate on a meme that actually goes all the way back to an article written in 2004 for the Association for Computing Machinery. My long answer for T4P is contained here, and, … Continue reading

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Great Ideas Volunteer Unsession Meme

It’s a meme-a-palooza up in here! Peggy Hoffman has asked several of us to share our five favorite short-term volunteer gigs (aka, did not require committing to a committee for the remainder of your natural life). This is actually harder … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

The entries in the WOM meme. The entries in the volunteer unsession meme (my contribution is written but posts tomorrow). The dire economic news. I know I shouldn’t because it’s depressing, but I can’t seem to help myself. At least … Continue reading

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WOM meme: Consulting

I’ve recently been tagged by the geniuses behind SocialFish to participate the Word of Mouth meme on the topic of consulting. So here’s the meme: Please do a short blog post with an example of how you’ve seen WOM used … Continue reading

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Blog Action Day 2008: Poverty in DC

Signing up for 2008 Blog Action Day got me thinking about being tagged in the Changeblogging meme and how poverty and lack of political representation might relate to each other. When I was in grad school, I had the opportunity … Continue reading

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Tagged in the Changeblogging meme

Mads tagged me in this conversation that originated with Qui Diaz of Livingston Communications. To quote Qui: “Changebloggers, as defined by Britt Bravo, are ‘people who are using their blog, podcast or vlog to raise awareness, build community, and/or facilitate … Continue reading

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