Often we wonder how long does something last? A bar of soap, a sponge, a roll of paper towels. Here is the data from one item of daily use. Can you guess what it is?
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Webify Presentation for IEEE Sunnyvale, CA – Jan 21, 2011 Patrick Schwerdtfeger General Recommendations Try out friend feed Setup TCGen on yelp Subscribe to blogs – twitter, LI, FB can all subscribe (try personal first) Try submitting to huffington post … Continue reading
Below are the steps to enter Bento Database records on the iPad for new media that is acquired. The biggest problem that it solves is knowing what digital media one has acquired, and where to find it. Music Use chrome … Continue reading
The Tree of Social Network Contacts Social Secrets from Jeanne Bradford: Twitter: Use @reply when you’re talking “to” someone, and want them to notice you mentioning them Don’t use # (or use very sparingly). The functionality is mean to large … Continue reading
Friday, January 21st Patrick Schwerdtfeger gave a presentation to the IEEE in Sunnyvale about how consultants can improve their business on the web. This was a very good use of 5 hours and many tangible takeaways were communicated. 83% of … Continue reading
The wordpress dashboard is broken and I can’t seem to fix it. It is missing elements on the left hand side, like appearance. How do I fix this?
WordPress For Business or Pleasure Meetup, at the Silicon Valley Pad in Menlo Park, January 20, 2011 Introduction to WordPress Workshop http://www.meetup.com/WordPress-For-Business-or-Pleasure/calendar/15599148/ The session had about 16 people in a round table presentation/discussion format hosted by David and Lydia Prescott. … Continue reading
What topic do you choose for a book you would like to write? We are in process of thinking about a book to promote the TCGen brand and create speaking opportunities. Although we are very interested in the impact that … Continue reading
For the Stanford Branding Class, we need to ensure that we have a clear goal of our personal brand. The first class of the Continuing Studies Program (BUS 194 by Angelika Blendstrup) is on 1/18 and this is what we … Continue reading
“The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work”, by Alain de Botton, describes stories of alienation and worries in just about any job, anywhere in the world – from blue collar to white collar, from student to artist. The ten stories he writes about … Continue reading