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Always the Last to Know: PlaceAvoider

Now that more people are starting to get Google Glass, what if you need to ensure a Glass-free zone, say, because you’re dealing with sensitive or restricted materials? A team at Indiana University Bloomington decided to address this. They’ve come … Continue reading

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Eric Lanke on finding the courage to experiment and beta test. Job hunting? I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found writing the cover letter to be pretty much the worst part of what is generally a bad experience … Continue reading

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Experiencing Facebook envy? Turns out, your friends ARE more popular than you (and probably richer and happier, too). The complete guide to LinkedIn etiquette (just in time, too, since there’s been an active conversation about this on ASAE’s Collaborate community … Continue reading

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Associations Now picked up on my “Why Is Membership the Only Relationship” post and wrote a great response/extension of the thinking. Important decision to make? Rely on the data, but don’t JUST rely on the data. Mobile advice for small … Continue reading

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Fantastic, if long, piece about what’s wrong with unpaid internships. (By the way, I agree – I think they are not only a bad idea and potentially illegal, but also immoral.) Keys to a successful ideation session – step one: … Continue reading

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Always the Last to Know: One Today

One Today, a new app from Google and Network for Good (sadly, only for Android operating systems) allows you to “give a little – change a lot.”  Every day, the app features a new cause, and gives users the opportunity … Continue reading

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Always the Last to Know: Google Chromecast

This past weekend, we had friends in from out of town. Saturday night, we wanted to watch a movie, and it was available via Amazon On-Demand. I have an Amazon Prime account. Easy-peasy, right? Nope – our high-tech TV does … Continue reading

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Always the Last to Know: Analytics Academy

Do you use Google Analytics to track your web traffic and use data? Would you like to do it better? Google is launching Analytics Academy to help you do just that. It’s a six unit free MOOC that is designed … Continue reading

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On goofing off for fun and profit. Jamie Notter on what to take away from the demise of Google’s 20% time. Crowdsourcing leads to dramatic progress in sentiment analysis, a key ingredient to social media success. By now you’ve no … Continue reading

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Association professionals know – or at least, we should know – that lapsed members are our best sources of growth. Jeffrey Cufaude asks: what – if anything – are you doing to bring them back? The 10 worst reasons to … Continue reading

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