An excellent dinner with my son was made better by a man we may never see again. And my son understands better today why his mother and I enjoy engaging with people we’ve never met.
To treat something in an excessively intellectual manner. Yesterday I was told that I was “over intellectualizing” the issue of confirmation bias in my post, In Search Of The Infinite State. “All you’re really doing is tagging terms to the age old saying ‘stuck in their ways,'” one of the commenters on Facebook said. “Nothing new here. Or exciting really.”
A friend of mine made a horrible mistake this morning. He did something he rarely does. He made a political statement on Facebook. It was a fairly benign comment about the unpopularity of congress in general, not about one party or another. Of course, you couldn’t tell that from the comment stream that followed.
I am not sure what it is about the timing of CRS. My three CRS events have come at two different times of the year. The first CRS I went to was in, I think it was in Vegas, and it was in the Summer. Is that correct? How many of you were at that […]
I’ve been struggling to put into words why I’m not drawn to Pinterest. JWT North America CEO David Eastman, who opened up Social Media Week in New York finally put a voice to what I have been feeling. “Pinterest – it’s a beautifully laid out visualization of all the stuff we like, but am I the only […]
One thousand eight hundred fifty one. (1851) That’s exactly how many people had interactions with me on Twitter this past year. How do I know this? On December 3, 2010 at 2:03 PM PST, I set up RowFeeder to capture every mention of @respres. The first mention it captured was from Rachel Rusnak, who tweeted, “@respres […]