Author Archives: kristindud

The Internet: Everyday’s a Party

If you were to characterize your regularly used social media sites, who would they be? Do you often feel overwhelmed and unproductive in navigating them all? Cracked.com recently posted a glimpse at what a real party with the Internet might … Continue reading

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SXSWi 2013: Bravo’s Andy Cohen Creates Interactive TV Program #WWHL

The current SXSW Interactive Conference is coming to a close after four intense days of tech talk and future thinking. Most famously, Twitter launched at the very popular event in 2007, ultimately revolutionizing communication channels and further giving hope to … Continue reading

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Amex Pay by Tweet Launch – The New Virtual Marketplace

I recently received an email notification asking me to sync my American Express card with my Twitter profile… I immediately deleted the email as if it was spam. Natasha Lomas, writing for TechCrunch, summarizes how to use, “Payments are made … Continue reading

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TWEET 101: @twitter #talk

Question: Is ‘Tweeting’ the latest language to know and to teach? The other evening while out to dinner I received a tweet from a friend which really made me laugh.  Sitting across the table from my boyfriend, Bob, I held … Continue reading

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Quality over Quantity: How will we adjust Social Media?

“Information is not knowledge.” – Albert Einstein, brought to you by Twitter founder Biz Stone. Fast Company held a series of “Creative Conversations” within their February magazine issue. One of those fantastic conversations was held between Twitter founders Biz Stone … Continue reading

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A Super Bowl: High Chex Mix-pectations

With all of the hype surrounding Super Bowl #47 last night I had to ask myself, what are we trying to take away from it really? And why do we have such high expectations? I have spent most of my … Continue reading

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Social Networking Anonymous: Do you have a Facebook problem?

Something I have been curious about is how to measure the return on time and effort spent across social media platforms. Time, as it relates to social media, can quickly get away from us. How effective are you really with … Continue reading

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