Thanksgiving 2014 — Thank You

Thank you. Thank you for being you and for being a part of my life, Thank you for for letting me be a part of yours. bedanken

Pre-cursor to #Sharknado II – New York?

Pre-cursor to #Sharknado II – New York? Certainly looks like a NYC sub(way)mariner http://ow.ly/nIQck

Sharknado II

Great Infographic on Social Media in 2012

The State of Social Media 2012 by The SEO Company
The State of Social Media 2012 by The SEO Company

From Mashable, a compelling case for teaching social media

From @mashable, a compelling case for teaching social media – in grammar school #socialmedia #education http://ow.ly/34pGn

Vote Like Your Life Depended On It

Because, you know, it does. Some say that every vote does NOT count, and that is technically true.

After all, a red state voter casting a ballot in a heavily blue state does not affect who gets that state’s electoral votes. Vote by absentee ballot? Hell, they don’t even get read unless the race is very close. And, of course there’s those rejected ballots.

So, why vote? To send a message to the winner. An electoral landslide with a close popular vote tells the winner that they do not necessarily have a mandate to govern without concern given to the minority voters. Oh, and I am not referring to this election nor am I publicly coming out for either Obama or McCain. I just want you to vote and while voting realize the privelege it is to be able to do so.

Business Exchange — What’s in there now:

Here’s the latest topic cloud of what business oriented people are sharing on Business Exchange:

The Emmys, or Patting Themselves On the Back

Catching up after falling behind (wish I had a $1 for every blogger that started an entry with words to that effect), the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (what an intellectually sounding name for something that produces mostly dreck), held its 60th Primetime Emmy Awards a couple of weeks ago. I just want to comment on two things.

First, under the category of “the right things get done for the wrong reasons,” ‘Mad Men’ became the first basic cable show to win Best Drama — and well deserved, indeed. Of course, the writer’s strike led to less network product, which led to less viewership, less episodes, less to enter in the Emmy race. But, the winner was ultimately, the best of the bunch. As was ’30 Rock’ for Best Comedy, and the acting of Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin for comedy; Brian Cranston and Glenn Close for drama. All deserving winners.

Second, why all the fuss about winning an Emmy? Doesn’t everybody have one?

Emmy and Me

Emmy and Me

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