Monthly Archives: February 2011

Blog not dead

Here’s another new blog that starts off at a good pace and then halts. Is that what you’re thinking? I have a good excuse. My father, who suffered from Alzheimer’s but ultimately succumbed to kidney failure, died Friday and I’ve … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s and Valentine’s

Alzheimer’s and Valentine’s may not seem a natural combination, but it is if you love someone with the disease. Continue reading

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The Many Faces of Social Media

The New York City edition of Social Media Week 2011, Feb.7-11, approached its target from all angles and that made it successful. Continue reading

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Inside Google: Social Media Week

Content and context are key in Social Media and so it was in New York during the opening day of Social Media Week 2011, Feb. 7-11. Sessions on the first day about social networks and the internet’s influence on unrest in the Arab world offered a chance to look inside of Google’s massive building in New York. Continue reading

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A work in progress

I know an editor who invited a photojournalist, another colleague, to record the birth of her baby for publication. I, however, believe access to the delivery room should be restricted. Only a select few will see this site in it’s … Continue reading

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