Browsing All Posts published on »October, 2009«

Pilot Speaking – “Sorry My Bad”

October 31, 2009


I’ve been intrigued by the Northwest Airlines story this week. I have traveled for years. Security checkpoint, wait, board, takeoff, inflight, landing. Yep, been there and done that for years. So pilots, truly I can understand how easy it is to forget to land a plane with 140 plus passengers. I’m sure each of them […]

Deb’s Follow Friday Twitter Picks

October 30, 2009


@nancymyrland Where do I even start with Nancy? She is one of the sweetest, kindest, thoughtful people I know. I began following Nancy when I first started on twitter because she was in legal marketing. I was trying to figure out how to answer my law partner’s question “Why would I ever use twitter?” Nancy […]

What Would You Do?

October 29, 2009


The story of the Richmond High School student gang raped, robbed and beaten for over 2 hours with bystanders watching and not one individual helping has left me disturbed.  I’m sorry, I can’t imagine watching a violent crime and not doing anything.  This is not the first such story, but each story that is told makes […]

To Tweet or Not to Tweet

October 29, 2009


So the big sports news in Kansas City is not the terrible game on Sunday losing to the Chargers, but rather Larry Johnson’s tweet as a response to another tweet. Johnson is currently suspended pending an investigation. The NFL struggled over the summer to determine what the social media policy, particularly twitter, would be. Larry, […]

Lessons Mom Taught Me for Twitterville

October 21, 2009


Thank you Mom.  The lessons you taught me growing up are the best practices for Twitterville.  Who’d have thunk?  And yes, you really do get and understand Twitterville even though you aren’t online.  You get it better than most who are online and on twitter.  You understand that twitter is all about relationships, not about […]

Fall, Time for Changes

October 5, 2009


I’ll be honest.  I’m not a big fan of fall.  Yes, I will agree it is beautiful with all of the color changes.  Slowly the leaves take on beautiful hues, the air gets crisp, the sun casts pretty shadows…but let’s get real.  If you do not like winter, well, it is a slow, grueling reminder of […]