Monthly Archives: April 2011

New York: Little girl in a big city

I’m halfway through my second full day in New York, and already I’ve fallen in love with the city. Portlandia may be the place where young people go to retire, but New York is where the easily bored and naturally-curious … Continue reading

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“He said he’d give her the world, She said she had her own.”

“He said he’d give her the world, She said she had her own.” ~Anonymous I think the quote is very inspirational (call me cheesey if you must), but the message I get from it inspires a “take charge” attitude, and … Continue reading

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Comcast/NBC’s New Positioning Strategy: Sports

Comcast Moves Goal Posts for NBC Sports (From the Wall Street Journal Online) Watch the movie below: NBC Seeks to Score New Sports Deal This is a HUGE deal for all of the broadcast networks because it may alter the … Continue reading

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Fascinating Website: artdaily.org

From the current front webpage of http://www.artdaily.org Neodymium Reeds (2008) by Dale Chihuly

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Everything You Need To Know About Google’s +1

Everything You Need To Know About Google’s +1 Verrrrrry interesting article that truly shows the shift in power when it comes to consumers controlling how their marketed to. Essentially, the +1 button would allow people to “recommend” a website, which … Continue reading

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Market Trends: Facebook Trends and Fortune 50 Brands

My new goals: Day 1 I started off the first day of my reading goals by creating an RSS feed of important marketing websites in Google Reader. I even read the print version of The Wallstreet Journal while I was eating … Continue reading

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New goals

I’ve decided to make it my daily goal to start reading multiple news and magazine sources related business/marketing/sports each day. I know it’s important to be on top of market trends, so I’m making it a goal to reading at … Continue reading

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