It’s building the relationships and engagement… knowing that there are no strings attached to the conversation. I have found that some people only want engagement if there is profit in it. I look forward to the engagement, the discovery, and the pure joy of hearing about others passions and stories. The profit from that last a life-time.
I had a great conversation with Susanne Ramharter and Simon Grew about the nature of video and its reach into social media. R. Harlan Smith charmed us as usual.
Here’s a Hangout On Air about the environment we create for ourselves in the talk heads boxes we call the film strip…
They might have been in the Hobbit though… Ethos Aristotle, who was a Greek philosopher and polymath; a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas, was a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great, talked of our perception of a speaker or a writer’s character. We are influenced...
It seem either we are seeing cute cats or people doing some weird thing or argumentative posting going on here in social media. I really hate just present facts or random data to support my asinine view. To me an essay should entertain… an argument is a dish best served with a pie in...
The birth of social media into a multifaceted engine for social change is already happening, even though many critics have stayed steadfast to the idea that Google+, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are nothing more than a fad, where the only useful exchange would be mere trivia. These critics need only look towards this week in Boston and the rest of the world where social media has been a lifeline and a tool towards true engagement.
Shared from Google+ from David Amerland
Social Media’s Defining Elements
Everything we do online, everything that happens in the Google+ environment. The way influencers work, the reason we need gamification and the secret dynamics of viral marketing, have all happened before. This video takes us back to a seminal moment in history that changed the world forever and shows just how it happened, and why.
George Pappas has written an great read… An adult read yes, but a fun read!
Jake Dalmas has a restless heart. After a couple months, or even days, the thrill of a new romantic relationship fades and he longs to be single again. His imagination burns with erotic desires. Monogamy truly sucks for him.
* You can hear George Pappas talk about the craft of writer on my BlogTalkRadio show, THE PLATFORM! You can catch that interview here:*
More than a little curious, Jake finds himself attracted to the hidden, taboo world of swingers where singles and couples nightly shed their inhibitions swapping partners, staging orgies at wild sex parties and secret hotel meetings.
Take a walk on the wild side of erotica with Jake where he discovers how the sexually daring lives.
Prepared to be amused, amazed, shocked and intrigued by this engaging peek behind the scenes of a swinger’s life . . .