This week, after considerable research, I started using freeconference.com to host and record the expert interviews I do for various freelance writing assignments. Using the service – which requires only that both parties dial a central number and key in an access code – doesn’t exactly classify me as an “early adopter” (I’m sure it’s been available for ages) but it is a vast improvement over … [Read more...] about Among my resolutions for 2010: Tackle Twitter
On My Mind …
Thought for the day: To lose patience is to lose the battle. Mahatma Gandhi … [Read more...] about
In today’s time crunched world, we’re all getting better at processing our electronic inboxes at breakneck speed, rapidly discarding what looks superfluous, quickly scanning what captures our attention, and giving less than 60 seconds to our subscription e-newsletters. In fact, according to a 2006 study by researchers at Nielsen Norman Group (NNG), the average time spent after opening an … [Read more...] about Can you tell your story in less than a minute?
Thought for the day: Goodness is the only investment that never fails. Henry David Thoreau … [Read more...] about
Brit Police Chiefs Suspected of Word Crimes My thanks to professional writer and editor Richard Ketchen for sharing the missive below in his recent Exchanges e-newsletter. The 102-word sentence, excerpted from the Association of Chief Police Officers' response to the British Government's green paper on policing, is a top contender for this year's Golden Bull Awards competition (sponsored … [Read more...] about An arresting case for clarity …
Thought for the day: The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. ... Albert Einstein … [Read more...] about
Thought for the day ... What lies behind us, what lies before us are but tiny matters compared to what lies within us. Ralph Waldo Emerson … [Read more...] about