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Metro Social media and online new year resolutions – is it time to tidy up your ... Metro It's the time of the year when our thoughts turn to eating less, exercising more and trying to get things done.
GQ Magazine The Year in Social Media 2013 GQ Magazine Just when our man Justin Timberlake had 2013's music numbers all but locked up with The 20/20 Experience(s), King Bey came through and casually dropped one of the biggest albums of the year on a...
mediabistro.com Lessons From The New York Times' Social Media Desk [TWITTER TIPS] mediabistro.com The New York Times social media team found success in hosting Twitter Q&As in 2013, especially because of their use of a moderating account rather...
So. You think you've got yourself a good blog post. You chose your writing style. You knocked out the first draft. You allowed it to sit for an hour or a day. Now it's time to edit that bad dog — ruthlessly.
CNN 7 social media resolutions for 2014 CNN The dawn of a new year is also a good time for a digital makeover: a savvier, more disciplined approach to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social platforms.
Every once in a while we come across a young person who sees with spectacular clarity and expresses with uncommon creativity and finesse that which many young people sense yet struggle to reveal. Suli Breaks falls into the former category and speaks for many in the latter one. Would that many more of our schools, their leaders, and policy makers come to the realization that, in today's world, successfully educating only a fraction of our young is not acceptable. What is required are new ways of conceptualizing what constitutes the ways of learning and the means of their delivery.
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