I’ve been really enjoying NPR’s Ted Radio Hour Podcast (Loved the Story on the Spoken and Unspoken Ep Dec 13, 2013  in which Mark Forsyth describes how we came to name the position of “President” of the U.S and why it matters.)  TED talks have a way of  making me look at things with a different perspective.  I think it spurs my creative …

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James Gandolfini’s Last Film Performance

From Salon.com April 1, 2014 — A September release is expected for “The Drop” featuring James Gandolfini in his last performance. The trailer reveals moving performances by both Gandolfini and Brit Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises, Lawless and Inception) Check out the trailer here: http://www.salon.com/2014/04/01/the_drop_features_james_gandolfini_in_his_last_performance/

8 Ways to Get Real-Time Feedback on How Your Event is Going

One of the most nerve-wracking aspects of planning an event is the uncertainty of your guest experience. You can’t be in all places at once so how will you know if the registration table gets backed-up with a long line? Or attendees are getting lost despite what you thought was excellent directional signage?  Unless you have a huge staff, you’ll …

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You’ve got 10 seconds!

March 10, 2014 —  As a marketer, you need content quality for your information to stand out because you’ve got less than 10 seconds to capture your visitor’s attention according to usability experts, Nielsen Norman Group. According to Google’s Eric Schmidt, “Every 2 days now we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003.” …

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