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Renewed Interest in Pinterest

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When Pinterest first became popular, I wasn’t very interested. It wasn’t that interesting to me. Recently, I’ve been heading over to Pinterest on a regular basis. Curating interesting things on the web, sharing with friends, and finding wonderful pins/boards from within my network and beyond.

My boards are a mix of my interests: music, art, thoughts, ink, joy, and a list that helps me remember all of the things. Pinterest is about our personal aesthetic. Sure, it’s dominated by DIY, fashion, recipes, fitness tips, and quotes, but that’s the cool thing about it. I totally dig learning more about what my friends think is fashionable or a new way to fix something. The randomness of curation due to a diverse network makes for a great space for learning, sharing, and just letting my mind wander.

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July 5th, 2013 at 10:34 am

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AACRAO Technology Conference Plenary

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Slides from my recent talk at the AACRAO Technology Conference in Chicago.

Here’s part of the description from my talk…I covered a lot in 60 minutes!

Technology: Where are we today? Where are we going tomorrow?
Responsive web design, mobile apps, early alert systems, “big” data, privacy and social media are all topics that are extremely relevant to the work of admissions and registrars professionals.

However, regardless of the technology tools, we have to remember this too:

Resources, links, videos, etc, after the jump.

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CAMEX 2012: Creating Customer Connections with Social Media

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Slides from my social media educational session at this year’s CAMEX event in Salt Lake City, Utah. I gave a 60 minute talk about how campus stores can use social media for strategic communications and marketing. Additionally, I led more than 14 hours of social media consultation sessions with campus store representatives.

Resources from both my talk and consulting sessions are available after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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March 8th, 2012 at 2:28 pm