Monthly Archive:: November 2009

27 Nov 2009

Nice People Still Exist

This doesn’t really fit in any of my categories, but I felt a need to share this.  I was Christmas shopping this evening at Toys R Us.  We had our kids with us and actually have gotten
24 Nov 2009

You Need to Unplug

It’s kind of ironic that I’m writing a blog post about unplugging from technology, but this has been on my mind lately, so I thought I would share it. This has been a year of transformation and
20 Nov 2009

Weekly Video: Social Media ROI: Socialnomics

I gave up putting weekly videos as posts and resorted to having the weekly videos I found interesting posted in my sidebar.  I will continue to do this, but I think there is value in having the
17 Nov 2009

Measure Twice, Cut Once

This old adage is so true when working with wood or other materials that require measuring and cutting.  The premise is that it is far less costly to spend an extra few minutes double-checking your measurements then
15 Nov 2009

Listen To Me Already!

Last week I was approached by a vendor of a virtual tour solution. I decided to entertain their call because I believe virtual tours are an important part of any web site. Within minutes I wanted to
13 Nov 2009

Twitter Contest Observations

I mentioned that I would share the outcomes and some observations from our Twitter contest we ran at the college I work at, so here is my report. Contest Background We ran the contest in conjunction with
12 Nov 2009

The Importance of Metadata for PDF Files

PDF files have been around for a long time and Google has been indexing PDF files for almost as long.  Unfortunately, some basic best practices still go over looked to ensure proper indexing of PDF files.  Just