Google talks about the future of Doubleclick Advertising

June 4, 2013, 11:20 pm

This is a long session 3.5 hours.  It talks about the future of Google Doubleclick and some of the new tools that Google will be releasing very soon, including a new web design tool for building Doubleclick Ad Aware websites. Multiple demos on mobile applications.

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Facebook friends - are they real friends?

Facebook friends, is this friendship?

by / on July 9, 2014, 9:21 pm

We all have them, Facebook friends – but is this friendship?  I keep reading articles, books and even cute sayings on my daily calendar about how Facebook friends are not really friends.  I’m not sure what definition we all use to define friend or friendship but I started to be bothered by all this negativity around Facebook friends and friendship. […]

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San Francisco to app: Curb parking space auctions

by / on June 26, 2014, 6:55 pm

Original Article Authored by Terry Collins and Martha Mendoza Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco’s new crackdown on a mobile app that allows people to auction off their public parking spots marks yet another clash between innovative technologies and regulators trying to maintain law and order, public safety and a sense of social decorum. The app, called Monkey Parking, allows […]

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NLRB judge: Employers Cannot Require Employee Social Media Disclaimers

by / on June 26, 2014, 6:40 pm

Original Article Authored by Jon Hyman, Workforce “The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the postings, strategies or opinions of The Kroger Co. family of stores.” In The Kroger Company of Michigan [pdf], a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge concluded that Kroger’s Online Communications Policy — which required that it’s employees post the above-quoted […]

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Facebook and the Law of Attraction

Facebook and the Law of Attraction

by / on June 23, 2014, 8:25 pm

Facebook and the Law of Attraction, hmmm…are you wondering what I’m up to with this blog?  I have thought about this for a long time and decided to share some of my perspectives on this phenomenon. I have long been a believer in the Law of Attraction or You Get Back What You Put Out or Like Attracts Like, etc. […]

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Elections and Social Media...Think Before You Post!

It’s election time again. Think before you post on social media.

by / on June 9, 2014, 10:46 pm

It’s election time again and you really need to think before you post on your social media platforms  such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.  We are all familiar with people who cannot seem to help themselves from spouting off all of their political, religious, social and economic views on social media particularly as election time draws nearer. While the […]

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Are you risking your reputation without a true open door policy?

Does your company have an open door policy? Social media maybe the best reason to make sure you do.

by / on May 21, 2014, 9:27 pm

Does your company have a true open door policy? If not, social media may motivate you to implement one right now. Social media gives everyone a voice and you could find yourself defending your company’s reputation because an employee didn’t feel comfortable going to management. I remember hearing about an “open door” policy at the companies I have worked for. […]

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Is your teen sending inappropriate selfies on their smartphone?

When it comes to the dangers of nude selfies, older teens are more aware than you may think

by / on May 1, 2014, 5:00 pm

This past weekend I had the opportunity to witness high school juniors talk about inappropriate nude selfies on social media and smartphones.  I was impressed with their awareness.  I spent last weekend in Fawskin, CA at Camp Whittle.  For those who don’t know (and I didn’t) Fawnskin is about 40 minutes from Big Bear and it’s beautiful up there.  Six […]

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Human trade danger to all Children are vulnerable, speaker says

by / on May 1, 2014, 4:11 pm

Original Article  Authored by For years, Holly Smith didn’t realize she was a victim. At age 14, just finished with middle school, Smith was trying to fit in when she was lured and manipulated into prostitution by an older man who made her feel special. At that moment in 1992, she had become a victim of human trafficking in […]

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Obsessed with Privacy? What about our teens?

Wickr and P calculator applications. Privacy yes but what about our teenagers?

by / on April 23, 2014, 7:18 pm

Wickr and P calculator are applications that allow us to hide things like text messages, photos and videos.  It seems that every month there is a new app committed to the preservation of our “secret” musings but what about our teenagers and even younger kids that are discovering these apps? While the NSA might be giving us all pause when […]

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NOT FOR SALE: Human trafficking forum to highlight local reality of global problem

by / on April 21, 2014, 7:52 pm

Original Article Shakopee Valley News by Alex Hall Posted: Friday, April 18, 2014 2:00 pm BY ALEX HALL | 1 comment It couldn’t happen here, you may tell yourself. Children in this community couldn’t fall victim to human sex trafficking. Not here. But earlier this year, a 13-year-old girl from Savage was moments away from possibly being swept away into sexual slavery. The girl believed […]

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