This was originally shared in my free monthly newsletter in September & I felt it important to share here, too. You can […]
I did a mini-workshop/talk about personal branding to the Professional Women’s Association of Milan last fall. There were 50+ people there, which […]
With the recent Instagram terms of service changes, I’ve had several people ask me how to create a mobile photoblog here on […]
This past Saturday I presented “Digital Curation: The New Frontier of Knowledge” at KnowCamp, an Italian BarCamp in Modena about knowledge and […]
The liveblog of my panel at BlogHer ’11: Social Media Geek | Adding Community Features to Your Blog is now online. I talked about BuddyPress and bbPress as ways to extend your WordPress site into a community and I definitely recommend checking it out. The liveblog is about 90% accurate, which is amazing since we were talking so fast, so if you see particular sentences with a few words missing you should know that the point being made was brilliant and we were coherent […]
I’ve been reading, learning, and watching a lot of content about presenting lately as it’s something I’m very interested in and there’s no definitive manual to learn how to do it. I’ll be sharing that info soon, but first I thought a parallel subject is learning how to speak with the media. I spent three years as an organizer for the Girl Geek Dinners in Milan, when blogging and social media was gaining ground in Italy so I had a lot of […]
If you’re reading this it’s possible until recently we used to be friends on Facebook. But before that, we probably were friends IRL…in real life. We fell out of touch, or maybe we just saw each other rarely.
We became friends on Facebook, and now I’ve unfriended you. Here’s why.
I spent January at Suzuki Europe’s Big in Small website as their technology correspondent – here are those articles.
Tara Hunt, @missrogue on Twitter, is a notable Canadian entrepreneur, founder of unconventional marketing company “Citizen Agency” and frequent keynote speaker talks to me about her new book, “The Whuffie Factor.”