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“(Here are) the raw material of facts and thoughts, wood, as it were, so called from the multiplicity and variety of the matter contained therein.”
From Ben Jonson’s Commonplace Book

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A cheat sheet for images on social media

A new year means it's a good time to take care of some housekeeping. After taxes and getting used to writing 2016 on everything (thankgoodness checks are largely a thing of the past), the next obvious item on everyone's list is to make sure their social media game is on point. 

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Blogging on the Clock

The "work vs.

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On Search

I'm thinking Google's monopoly on search could be ceded if they don't catch up in the war against search spammers (people who contaminate search results).

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Photo Galleries

I am a devoted Flickr user. The problem is that long before Flickr ever came along I was a devoted SmugMug user.

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Yahoo! CMO Had Some Advice

On September 28, I listened to a key note from Cammie Dunaway, CMO of Yahoo!, at the OMMA East conference.

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Shh - it's a secret. Warner in '08!

There was some buzz recently after Raw Story exposed Virginia Governor's Mark Warner's campaign/PAC Website before it was completed.

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Whaddya think now?

About a month ago, my buddy Joshua wrote a blog post about the Think Cropp signs which had cropped up (no pun intended) across D.C., seemingly overnight.

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Dittos Pro Bono I: The Social Entrepeneurs

Being as how when I get home, it's all I can do to cook dinner (and by "cook dinner" I mean "mix 2/3 cup of water with cheese powder and add to macaroni"), I'm always amazed at how much STUFF other Dittos manage to do in their spare time.

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Can't Stop the Signal

The online campaign surrounding Joss Whedon's Serenity has been fascinating to watch.

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Washington Post uses TypePad

Hot on the heels of my personal blog getting picked up by the Washington Post Express paper, it turns out that I accidentally stumbled upon some info that shows that the Post uses the popular

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