Posts Tagged “kate o’neill”

What can you challenge yourself to do for 30 days?

By | July 25, 2011

I watched Matt Cutts do an amazing TEDx presentation recently, which was inspired by Morgan Spurlock’s TV series, 30 Days. The idea is to try something new for thirty days. While the concept is pretty simple, the real challenge is finding things that you will try that may be past your comfort level. On August […]

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Marketing Over Coffee

By | January 18, 2011

Last week I spoke on a great panel about online media and careers for the Nashville American Marketing Association. I was thrilled to share the stage with Ben Bredesen, Erick Goss, Michael McCamish and Kissy Black. Justin Davis led us with some thoughtful questions. All together it was a great night. Hat tip to Kate […]

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Nashville, we are not on the same page

By | September 22, 2010

Last year at BarCamp Nashville, I participated on a panel about the different technology communities in Nashville. A reoccurring issue that was raised was the miscommunication between different tech event planners. One thing we can never complain about is finding something to do socially in Nashville – there’s never a dull moment! Kate O’Neill and […]

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25,000 tweets a success!

By | June 2, 2010

I surpassed 25,000 tweets a short time ago. That’s 25,000 links, pearls of wisdom, silly jokes and replies to your tweets. When I wrote How to celebrate 25,000 tweets, the plan was to try to raise $2,500 for needy classrooms using DonorsChoose.org. I wanted to do this by the time I reached 25,000 tweets. The goal […]

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