Having an impact – from little brother to air ambulance mechanic

Posted by on March 31, 2011 in Life |

I was reminded earlier today that you just never know what kind of impact you’ll have on another’s life. When I graduated from the University of Oregon in 1987, I was very much the idealistic young adult, ready to take on the world make changes where I thought I could. I had heard about the […]


Behind the Tweets: @TannersDad (Timothy Welsh)

Posted by David on March 25, 2011 in Autism, Follow Friday Profiles, Parenting, Social Media |

This week I’m trying a new approach to my old “Follow Friday Feature Profile” column – I’m going multimedia with a video interview instead of the standard text Q&A. I’m excited about this step because I think you can really learn a lot about a person from watching and listening to them while they answer […]


Blog Stalking – A New Ticket to Prison?

Posted by on March 22, 2011 in Legal, Social Media |

A person jailed for blog stalking! What is the world coming to? Prisons are overflowing with criminals and social media has thrown up a whole new crime category: Blog stalking! Really, you may be wondering how threatening or dangerous could it be for a person to be stalked by a person on the internet. Let […]


Finding 3 reasons for hope this weekend

Posted by on March 21, 2011 in Life, Parenting, Sports |

There is no doubt this is a really weird and stressful phase in the world. The casualty numbers continue to skyrocket from Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami and there is the ongoing and lingering fears linked to the devastated nuclear power plants and the potential radiation fall out affect. It also appears that the US […]


Sharon Hayes: Entrepreneur, Motivator and More! My Friday Feature Profile

Posted by on March 18, 2011 in Follow Friday Profiles, Showcase, Social Media |

It’s been interesting for me to learn how those I’ve profiled have gotten involved in, and use, social media in their personal and professional lives. There have been for whom it’s been a recent discovery and tool, while others have simply seen it as a natural extension of earlier technologies and tools. This week’s feature […]


How a Killer Social Media Strategy Can Rock Your SEO Efforts

Posted by on March 15, 2011 in Marketing, SEO, Social Media |

Internet Marketing is now as important (if not more so) than offline marketing programs and many businesses are struggling to understand and incorporate the various elements of integrated marketing – from paid advertising to SEO (Search Engine Optimization) to Social Media. Make no mistake: online marketing is here to stay and leading businesses small and […]


Ulterior Motive And Ty’s Ice Skating Lessons

Posted by on March 13, 2011 in Parenting |

Yesterday was big in our family as it was the first day for Ty’s ice skating lessons. I’ve been wanting to sign Ty up for these for a long time but had never gotten around to it until February. Since the boys were toddlers I’ve thought that ice skating would be a great activity for […]


Friday Feature Profile: Amy Wood (Interactive Anchor WSPA News Channel 7)

Posted by on March 11, 2011 in Follow Friday Profiles, Social Media |

As I’m writing this post, I’m listening/watching streaming video on CNN tracking the massive Japan earthquake while also watching my Twitter stream with new information, photo links and Tsunami updates. Its surreal watching it all unfold, and is a powerful reminder of the power and impact of technology and social media. Millions of people around […]


Team Up for Non Profits: Great idea, concept and execution!

Posted by on March 10, 2011 in Community, Non-Profit, Seattle |

Last summer I was introduced to the Founder and President of Team Up for Non Profits Ryan Hodgson through my good friend Shelly Kurtz. Shelly had been helping the young organization secure sponsorships and she asked if I would be willing and interested in helping out with the PR and communications for the group. The […]


Interactive Yoomi Duo Game Great for All Ages (you just need an iPad and people)…

Posted by on March 7, 2011 in Clients, Kaufer DMC |

Hey – if you’re a parent and an iPad owner, you should check out the cool new game called Yoomi from our Zenwerks client Discovery Bay Games. The game is a cool blend of old/new technology and, as you can see by the video review below, can be played by all ages. It’s been getting […]

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