So first, a disclaimer. I’m assuming that I’m @KingsHawaiian‘s favorite influencer because though I don’t really think of myself as your typical tastemaker, I do think of myself as generally awesome. They’ve paid me nothing for this blog post, but yeah, I’d take their money and update this disclaimer to say so. 🙂
So yeah, I didn’t really take a nap.
Flickr image courtesy of Armando G Alonso
Today, I’m trying to see the future.
We could be in a place, in ten years, where every small business just naturally assumes that it has to publish a quality multimedia publication every day simply to remain competitive.
I can’t say that I felt there was any particular mystery to why YouTube and Google+ were connected. In fact, once that connection evolved into an authentication process, instead of being outraged as a YouTube subscriber, as a channel owner, I was optimistic that this could result in troll reduction.
I’m a huge Bethenny Frankel fan. My sister got me watching the Real Housewives of New York – it was our only bonding time with two sets of twins running us ragged. So there’s more than one reason I was happy to see this about an hour ago.
My friend Kendrick from InTheCapital asked me how he could see everything he ever liked on Facebook. And I realized that most people don’t know that you can find this information, with two caveats that I discuss in the video.