celebrating moleskine lovers and their art ... Read More about ’skine.art
We all could use a little help when managing conflict online. When dealing with twitter and trying to say what we think in 140 or less it's often frustrating because it can be so easy to tweet impulsively. It's important to Remember Your Vowels To Manage Conflict On Twitter What tips would you ... Read More about Remember Your Vowels To Manage Conflict On Twitter
“Stranded” At Studio B [Around Town]Posted using ShareThis ... Read More about “Stranded” At Studio B [Around Town]
When you set your mind on a goal, in order to achieve it, you must want it more than anyone else. . . especially the person you were just yesterday. Create a vision board of life goals and ambitions and call upon those images when you make time to day dream. How to Make a Vision Board - Find ... Read More about You Must Want It More Than Anyone Else
Check out some of the latest makeuseof discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option). No trials or buy-to-use craplets. For even more app reviews subscribe to makeuseof directory.read more | digg story ... Read More about Cool Websites and Tools (#258) | MakeUseOf.com
I LOVE stories like this. J.R. saw an opportunity to use a new medium to connect with customers and it payed off in spades . . . or is that cups of coffee? "When J.R. Cohen, Operations Manager for CoffeeGroundz (@coffeegroundz) Cafe in Houston, Texas first heard about Twitter from one of his ... Read More about Twitter To Go: How one local coffee shop used Twitter to double their clientele. What’s YOUR story?
The Triad Tweetup last night at 7:00pm was moved, last minute, to Solaris. The staff was incredibly attentive and took our group of 20+ people with the professionalism found in only a handful of Greensboro Restaurants. If you love Tapas and a relaxed atmosphere this is your spot! Solaris is located ... Read More about Triad Tweetup
I received this email today from Laura and am happy to share the news!We couldn't ask for a better community. In the week or so since our last email, the outpour of support has exceeded our wildest expectations. Your efforts, such as starting savejpg.com, writing blog posts, commenting on Twitter ... Read More about A Future for JPG
On Friday January 2nd Josephus III along with musicians, dancers, singers, poets, andactors, transcended creative barriers and offered First Friday patrons at StudioB an opportunity to experience the soulful performances that will be the key ingredient in making the 2009 Reasons 2 Rhyme Poetry ... Read More about Reasons 2 Rhyme Launches the 2009 Poetic Event Series at StudioB
When starting a new business, we can’t emphasize enough the importance of defining your market and focusing your efforts.read more | digg story ... Read More about Entrepreneurs: On the Importance of Focus and Targeting
According to this article on Mashable by Rachel Cunliffe, who runs blog design company cre8d design and is co-founder of TV community network Throng, bloggers began adding widgets to their sidebars to display their latest tweets. According to her article : "In 2009, Twitter will become much more ... Read More about 10 Ways Twitter Will Change Blog Design in 2009
JPG DOESN’T NEED TO GO AWAY! ... Read More about Save JPG
I was checking my email this morning and was sad to discover that jpgmag.com was to be no more. I am posting the email I recieved from the Editor in Chief, Laura Brunow Miner, with the hopes of rousing some potential investors to save this exraordinary photography magazine.Today is a particularly ... Read More about JPG Your World in Pictures
Stopped in at McGee Street Mini Mart today and noticed a "Banskyesque" doggie on the store front of Social.Could it be that he came to town to listen to Paleface and Holy Ghost Tent Revival play last night at StudioB? What do you think? Bansky or imposter?read more | digg story ... Read More about Bansky in Greensboro?
This past weekend I was fortunate enough to attend Harlem Nights, a celebration of the music and dance of the world famous Cotton Club at StudioB.Featured performers were The Joe Robinson Quartet, Melva Houston and Bertha Young, the Showtime Dancers as well as performers Matthew Wiley as Cab ... Read More about Harlem Nights