Laid Off 101: Recessionwire’s Guide to Unemployment

We used to cater to customers who worked with AIG, Countrywide and Blue Cross. Our dry cleaning business was good until these folks got laid off and started not showing up to our store. It was tough for all of us because we have to close shop as well. Anyway, one can only feel for […]

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Blame Twitter: JetBlue’s All You Can Jet Pass Sells Out Early

Blame Twitter: JetBlue’s All You Can Jet Pass Sells Out Early August 21st, 2009 | by Jennifer Van Grove via Mashable JetBlue’s All You Can Jet pass offered customers the ability to purchase an unlimited number of flights from September 8 to October 9 for one small price — $599. It was a remarkable deal […]

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Who Said Twitter is Just For Kids?

Twitter added 44.5 million to its website June? Wow, that’s pretty amazing fact. Anyway let’s hear it from Jim Quillen’s corner at connectsocialmedia.com; Twitter Demographics | The 45-54 Group Leads The Way Think Twitter’s just for kids? Think again. According to a recent report by comScore Media Metrix, the leading age group in terms of […]

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Can Twitter Hit The Big Leagues’ Curve Ball And Why?

twitter’s been thrown a big leagues’ curve ball (news.cnet.com), now what? MLB taps Twitter for live commentary by Josh Lowensohn Major League Baseball is now using Twitter in two of its online properties: MLB.tv, and MLB.com. Fans can chime in themselves, or view the 140-character insights of “insiders,” which are tweets from each team’s official […]

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Martha Stewart: Twitter is Better than Facebook

Lately there has been a number of defections from facebook to twitter (and vice versa). Here’s the latest one from Mashable. It’s Martha Stewart… Yesterday, Bill Gates admitted that he has abandoned Facebook because he had too many friend requests and could not tell who he knew and who he didn’t. Now we have another […]

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TIP: 7 Secrets to Tweeting Your Corporate Culture

I’m not a twitter addict (at least not yet) but I have been ask many times if corporations need to have an account and use it as part of their culture. I really don’t know the answer but here’s an experts take… I admit I’m a Twitter addict. I enjoy the flurry of tweets and […]

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The (Lost) Magic Of Thingking Big

I’ve read the book The Magic Of Thinking Big a while back. Lately, I’ve been working a little bit extra on my attitude (towards my job) and needed some reference or let’s say a reminder. This book has always become handy when needed until now. So what’s a geek got to do? Order online at […]

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