Three feeds landed in my inbox overnight and I think readers who want to take a look at using social media or at their private lives in 2009, can benefit from reading it. Six lessons from a wooden boy: ‘Six lessons from a wooden boy’, a post by Jennifer Laycock on Search Engine Guide in [...]
Archive for December, 2008
Our family is at the stage where I and my contemporaries are the old generation, which means we must buy gifts for everybody’s grandchild. We will be spending Christmas with my youngest brother, who happens to be the grandfather of a three-year-old boy in his Spiderman stage. But, as the oldest of the old, I [...]
I often say it is all about asking questions. This is a good example of asking the right questions to come to the right answer: http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2008/12/the-power-of-sm.html
People are impatient for Obama to take over. Why? Bush did not do too well America is fighting two wars The economy is in melt-down Humans look for good news and when the news is consistently bad like the past few months, they look anywhere. If there is no good news, people will settle for [...]
I wrote about the SA blogger is that was sued by QVC because he criticized their marketing methods. Sympathisers has now started a Facebook group and a wiki Join the fight and spread the message. Many people appear to be victims but don’t know about this case.
A month ago, or so, I received an SMS from Standard Bank to inform me that my new credit card has been dispatched via the Post Office and would reach me in, I think it was, 14 days. I just received an SMS from the South African Post Office. It reads “Mr N Prinsloo, the [...]
Walter Pike, on his blog Pike’s Thinking, points out the realities of operating in an always on, always connected world. Business owners may benefit from reading his post at http://walterpike.com/2008/12/learning-the-hard-way-bloggers-court-case/ and taking it to heart. May the blogger win!
A blogger, Donn Edwards of Insights & Rants, is taken to court because he exposed a company’s dubious practises. Maybe you were also a victim or you can help. Go here for the info.
The comment spammers discovered my blog and changed the way in which I wanted to use it. Comment spammers are those good-for-nothing people that promote products such as medicines, everything-enhancement-pills, porn and the like, by trying to force it down your throat. They do this by sending you unsolicited emails or, in this case, they [...]