Yes! Spring is almost here – what an amazingly long winter we’re having in MN. Aye carrumba!
Here’s an idea. Make a cup of tea. Take comfort that it’s almost over. Then curl-up and read the March edition of Tech Translated.
— Technology Translated 3.14 —
SCARF – Biological Hot Buttons of Motivation
See me in my selfie-style video debut! I thought I’d post a video of a practice run I did while preparing for a 5-minute presentation I gave recently at a conference in Florida. Trust me, the content is good and I’ve found the SCARF model to be very helpful in both my professional and personal life.
Haunted By Dead Ideas
In this blog post I unpack a Neil Gaiman quote that I think is important for anyone trying to stay caught up with the Internet and technology in general. Please comment on this post if you have any tricks or tips for staying up to date and evolving as a professional. The best comment will receive a shout-out and fabulous prize.
The Multi-Tool Smart Phone Case
What a great idea. We all have our phones with us most of the time anyway, why not make the case carry more? For the cost of a typical case ($45) you also get a tweezer, scissor, two screw drivers, a nail file, toothpick, two pens and a kickstand – all neatly tucked into an iPhone case of the usual size.
Seven Traits of Effective Marketing Leaders
If you don’t subscribe to the Marketing Profs web site and are involved with digital marketing, you’re missing out. This is a great resource with timely information about online marketing. It’s direct, practical and well-written.
Spritz – Read a Novel in 90 Minutes
This cool new technology provides a reader app that will allow you to speed read, with excellent retention and comprehension, about 600-1000 words per minute with minimal practice. It’s actually kind of fun – check it out on their web site and see how fast you can read out of the shoot.