The day my job was outsourced… Myspace is a place that holds a lot of my memories. I love reading my old blog because it reminds me of where I’ve been and what I have or have not accomplished since then. I have chosen to share this post here because it’s a reminder of my attitude when the next steps… Read more →
In a few weeks I will be heading to New York for BlogHer’12 and I am totally excited! I’ll be hanging out with The Cubicle Chick and approximately 4500 other blogging women. In the last few days I have been following the #BlogHer12 hashtag and noticing there are women who are posting what they will be wearing at the conference…. Read more →
Yeah, I was on Facebook a long, long time. I joined when I was still in college at UNCC. I guess it was on this day in 2006 that I first became annoyed by the changes to the functionality of the site. In August 2011 I decided I no longer wanted to be on Facebook and deleted my accounts. I… Read more →
I don’t remember where I was going on this day, but I feel as if this is a post I could have written today. I started blogging on Myspace on August 14, 2006, and when I go back to my Myspace blog I see that I was more emotionally expressive than I am today. It also looks like I was… Read more →
Jobs around the country as curated by @DanielleJMe. Today’s issue includes jobs about Social Media, Writing/Blogging, Video Games, and a Sports job.
Last night, I attended the Mashable Social Media Day meetup at Field House in Philadelphia, PA.
Scott Hanselman, a presenter at the Blogging While Brown 2010 conference, gave us these slides as a way to help us become better bloggers. Although there are 32 points in the presentation shown below, I have pulled out a few that spoke directly to me as a new blogger.
This past weekend I attended the Blogging While Brown conference in Washington DC. I learned so much that I am still trying to digest and sort it all out in my mind. Over the upcoming weeks and months, I plan to utilize what I have learned to make this blog a place that others will want to visit and interact.