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First Crude Taste of Business Management

I was 17 years old, a (relatively) young sophomore in a university who developed a fascination for cheap film cameras. Photos shot with toy cameras can give happy accidents–wild colors, vignettes, flares, or maybe a double exposure. Lomography, the label for taking “casual, snapshot photography.”

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Tips and Tools Corporations Should Know When Tweeting
09.11.2009, 11:48 PM
Filed under: Pseudo-Corporate Life | Tags: , , ,

Okay, let’s assume you already know that Twitter is insanely popular, and  is currently the fastest growing site; why not jump in the bandwagon? If you’re looking for a cheap media solution to promote your brand/service/product, isn’t Twitter the way to go?

So if I was tasked by a corporation to head the Twitter tactic of their new social media plan, I would definitely:

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Brands I Buy, or Just Another Long Bragging Entry
What's in my bag?

What's in my bag?

I like to talk about productivity, and how my need for it exceeds that of any desire. To be unproductive is death, especially when taking breaks from work results in a truckload of pending tasks. So of course, I come to school well-equipped for daily tasks.

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