Archive | January

The Presidential Election Race using Web 2.0

According to recent results published by Pew Research Center, nearly one in four Americans regularly use the web to learn about presidential candidates and their campaign.

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Social Survey: Facebook

As I mentioned last week I’m going to be doing a weekly look into a different social booking/networking site.  First up is Facebook and here are the findings.

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Links of the Week Jan 25th, 2008

Here’s the weekly wrap-up of worthly tech news and a few extra tidbits.  Enjoy!

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5 new search engines that hope to challenge Google’s dominance

The search engine field sure is getting a whole lot busier the last few months and it looks like 2008 will be a busy year as we attempt to sort through the vast mountains of data that we continue to create and modify.

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Book Review: The 12 Elements of Great Managing

I am definitely a people watcher and want to understand people better. What people like, how they think, and why they do what they do all fascinate me. I have an extremely eclectic music collection and listen to a little bit of everything because I want to understand why people like what they do. I [...]

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Links of the Week Jan 18th, 2008

I’ve noticed a lot of sites give a weekly wrap-up of best posts. I’m straight pulling these out of my De.icio.us feed (you can subscribe or view it over on the sidebar), but I think these are excellent reads so I’m sharing them with everyone.

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Prediction: Blu-Ray will win the HD format battle over HD-DVD

If you haven’t seen any of the news floating around I think it’s very safe to assume that Blu-Ray will win the high definition format battle over HD-DVD. For those of you that aren’t saying “well duh I could have told you that a month ago”, please keep reading.

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The Right Way to Setup a WordPress Blog and Why: Part 2

If you haven’t read part one about how to setup a WordPress blog then I highly recommend reading it. This post will cover customizing your WordPress blog using themes and plug-ins.

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Does your institution e-mail market? We do!

In the last year we have put a lot of time and effort into creating a solid email marketing campaign. What has been so unbelievable about the campaign is the growing support that we have been receiving from various departments around campus. I’ll save it for another post to really look at the various departments and how [...]

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The Right Way to Setup a WordPress Blog and Why: Part 1

So as I mentioned in my first post starting a blog and doing a better job of professional development is one of my New Year’s resolutions.  This has been quite an adventure getting the blog to the point that it is now.  Hours of research, installation, and decision making later I think the blog is [...]

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