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A Blast From The Past – AOL 5.0

14.4, 28.8 or 56K?


February 12, 2012 • Tags:  • Posted in: Random • No Comments

Update: Where Did the Time Go?

I received a renewal update the other day for my blog and couldn’t even recall the last time I wrote here. Well, it was more than a year ago!
Therefore, I jumped on the site, took a look around and updated all my plugins. At the same time, I looked at my blog roll. My blogroll is filled with […]

December 17, 2011 • Posted in: Random • No Comments

5 correlations between a digital strategist and a game show contestant

In late 2010 I was a contestant on “Let’s Make a Deal.” It was one of the most popular television game shows of the 1960’s and 1970’s and now it’s making a comeback. I was on vacation in Las Vegas when I attended a taping that I will remember forever. It wasn’t until recent that […]

A month I’ll never forget

There has been more change in the last 30 days of my life than most people experience in five years. Since I haven’t updated this blog in ages, I want to use it as an outlet to recap this whirlwind of a month.

Moved to downtown Chicago – The days of an hour plus commute to […]

Six tips for the job relocation seeker

Being employed and looking to relocate can be a challenge. As many of you know I relocated to Chicago last month. Here are six tips from my personal experiences that can help you land a new position in another city while still being employed.
1)      Have a Plan – It’s important to have a plan. What […]

A new direction: I’m moving to Chicago

Life is comprised of key decisions that affect you and the closest people around you. This is one of those decisions.
I’ve accepted a position on the Digital team at Weber Shandwick in Chicago. This is a great opportunity for me to further my career. I’m excited to be working in a very hot niche that […]

Guest Post on Twinked.In

I recently wrote a guest post on Twinked.In “Twitter & LinkedIn Link Up Benefits PR Pros.” aims to be a resource for professionals who are ready to take their social networking to the next level. The site features guest posts and how-to’s, as well as a community forum.

Is your boss on Twitter?

I’m not a comic strip fan, but I thought this was funny. This goes to show how mainstream Twitter has become – it’s in Dilbert.

*comic strip courtesy of

What do Mexican food restaurants and communicators have in common?

Two of my hobbies are eating and practicing public relations. The other day I was at one of the many Mexican food restaurants in Arizona. I noticed everything on the menu was made with tortilla, rice, beans, salsa, cheese, chicken, steak and pico de gallo.
Most of those items are thrown together to make tacos, tostados, burritos, […]

People actually read my tweets

In the past several months I attended a few networking events from the Public Relations Society of America. I enjoy talking about PR and networking, so why not do both at the same time? At each of the events I attended, I met familiar faces that follow me on Twitter.
Those familiar faces asked me questions […]