My colleague Alison Bolen, editor of sascom magazine and the sascom voices blog, does a great job coaching our bloggers here at SAS. We had a meeting last week with a group of bloggers to help them deal with some of the issues involved in blogging regularly while at the
Six months or so ago I created a FriendFeed account, because lots of people were saying it was better than Twitter. I set it up to pull in all my accounts, including my Netflix queue (why?), then pretty much left it alone. Earlier this week I set up a Posterous
One of our SAS cybersleuths just notified me that some good guys have identified a vulnerability in Twitter that could allow the bad guys to take over your Twitter account, and all you'd have to do to allow it is view a tweet. Maybe you read about it at Techcrunch.
I just read a great post from David Armano called "Social Media's Top 10 Dirty Little Secrets," pointing out some of the things many of us are thinking but not saying. I, for one, am getting tired of the social media fishbowl where "experts" share their opinions on the necessity
I'm in Charlotte, NC today for the Social Fresh social media conference. I'm on the Social Media B2B panel with Nathan Gilliatt and Jeff Cohen, moderated by Kipp Bodnar. When we met a few weeks ago, we decided we wanted to share stories, engage the audience and interact with them,
I got a lot of positive comments on my Four Step Plan for Getting Started in Social Media. It reminded me that people are at all different levels of knowledge and interest in social media. When you spend all day thinking about it and using it, it's easy to forget