Archive for the ‘Let’s Talk Social Media’ Category

Last week facebook announced the (un)anticipated new site layout that they had been kinda-sorta-maybe hinting at for the past few months (i.e. “change is coming…”). The “future” of the profile? Doesn’t get more apocalyptic than that does it? Well, when Mark Slee, Product Manager for Profile changes (what a job!), linked to screen shots of […]

I know this feature has been available on Facebook in the friend finder for quite sometime, but I really hate that it now permanently lives on my welcome page. There’s enough things to worry about on there, like birthdays, events and hilarious status updates. It’s no coincidence that the people showing up in this window […]

Alright, I’ll admit it. I once fell victim to the dreaded “MySpace angle”. If you’ve never heard of this cruel digital deception, you can thank me later. The term is defined by urban dictionary as “Pictures which were specifically taken and uploaded to fool the Myspace community into believing you are more attractive then you actually appear.” As an incoming […]

A few days ago, MySpace announced it was going head to head with iTunes with their long anticipated MySpace Music service. The site has already earned a reputation for being the online spot for A&R reps to seek out the next big thing, and now Tom is feeling confident enough to bump heads with Steve Jobs. […]

Twitter Row


My rapid twittering did not go unnoticed last night! I, along with the rest of my friends @amyyen @sarahhutton @amandamooney @mariagarcia who made up “twitter row” at the forum, were mentioned by Steve Hall on AdRants this morning.Pretty effin cool! 

Just got back from what was possibly the most valuable seminar ever hosted by the Marketing Communication department  at Emerson College. As a 3 year student/marketing major, I’ve attended practically everything they’ve hosted, some of them with good insights, others not so much.The forum was moderated by Paul Gillin (The New Social Influencers), AdRants’ Steve Hall, Todd Defren of SHIFT Communications and Zachary Braiker of […]