Category Archive: Books

Jul 17

Honesty as a Competitive Advantage, Upcoming Necessity

Extreme Trust Honesty as a Competitive Advantage

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from┬áTechnorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. Trust is an increasingly valuable commodity …

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Apr 21

Differences Between Blogging in 2008 and Blogging in 2014

blogging in 2014

As Well as a Few Critiques I admit I wasn’t blogging in 2008. I considered the idea as a junior in college, and a friend even recommended that I call the blog, “Frog Blog.” I didn’t start blogging (for myself and for other sites) until 2010 and I’ve been blogging just about every day ever …

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Apr 13

3 Timeless Tips from 30 Blogging Heroes

timeless blogging tips

Typically, I’m not interested in how-to books regarding blogging, social media, search engine optimization, and all the different Google tools. Those books become obsolete so quickly since those platforms and how to use them change so much. For example, there’s a book about Google Buzz on the shelf at my local library, a Google service …

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Dec 29

What About Information Digestion?

information digestion diet

As I’ve previously mentioned, I finished reading The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption and, overall, I found it to be great read. Author Clay Johnson makes several excellent points throughout the book, essentially arguing that the problem is information over-consumption, not necessarily information overload. He uses health and nutrition as a metaphor, where …

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Sep 02

5 Books I Will Read This Fall

books to read this fall

So, summer is officially over (in the sense that school starts or has started. I understand it still feels like summer out there in some places.) As for my summer reading list, I read 4.5 out of the five books (I’ve read much more than 4.5, but not all of them were on the list). …

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