Some of us tend to come across or focus on content related to dominant social media trends, studies, news, as well as the chatter about organizations' experiences in the social space. I'm going to switch gears for this post and get a pulse check on the up-and-coming, entrepreneurial set—get some thoughts from them on their … Continue reading Organic Minds: Notes from the Social Front
Vibrant Twitter washes many a golden nuggets down its ever-flowing stream. After months of crouching, soaking and back-breaking filtering, I've managed to collect some to share. These shiny pieces aren’t earth-shattering, but they describe what Twitter means to me and why I always make the effort of keeping social media in perspective. photo sourced from … Continue reading Six Nuggets from The Twitter Stream
Recently I've seen a number of articles suggesting more and more employers are using social networking sites to screen candidates. It seems reasonably proactive and an efficient leverage for companies to filter through the rough and determine if applicant X would be an apt fit in a given work environment. A New York Times blog post notes … Continue reading Screening hires: social media’s pound of flesh?
This was inspired by @mehwolfy and his post "The Social Media Zebra Question". A highly recommended read. A week-long break from the usual rut of predictable work weeks and IV-induced twittering is just what I needed for this post.Two heads are better than none Last week, dear ole friends welcomed me into their homes like … Continue reading Twitter Sense and Sensibility