Category Archives: Internets

  1. “That’s not a website”

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    January 29, 2010 by 8junebugs

    “What are your favorite websites?” he asked us. “IMDB.” “Google.” “Facebook.” “The New York Times.” “Facebook isn’t a website,” he …
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  2. Awesomeness

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    December 2, 2009 by 8junebugs

    Prospective client: $400 for a logo?! Why are you so expensive? My nephew has Photoshop—I can just get him to …
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  3. Comment #33

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    October 14, 2009 by 8junebugs

    There’s a comment on dooce.com referencing Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along Blog. In case I was previously unconvinced…this settles it: I have …
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  4. The power of teh Twitter

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    September 2, 2009 by 8junebugs

    Bad example: During one meeting of my Not-for-profits in the Digital Age class this summer, the instructor spent 15 minutes …
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  5. Justifying social media

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    June 17, 2009 by 8junebugs

    I was asked to write an article, and it just came out: SNAP In Touch newsletter, June 2009 Justifying Social …
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  6. Today’s horror stories

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    June 15, 2009 by 8junebugs

    First, Do No Harm I clicked over from Shapely Prose, lured in by a link in Notes from the Fatosphere …
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  7. Another glimpse

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    April 16, 2009 by 8junebugs

    Matt, Liz, and Madeline, via Flip-Flop Mom Just a blog I got caught up in recently… Read it: If you want …
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  8. Married at home

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    April 7, 2009 by 8junebugs

    Best. Idea. Ever. (via Cup of Jo) Very natural. No epidural needed.

  9. Oh, l’amour

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    March 27, 2009 by 8junebugs

    A lovely public way to be wished a happy birthday.

  10. SEO: What to say to family of recently deceased

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    March 12, 2009 by 8junebugs

    Someone got here looking for this, so I will oblige with what limited advice I can offer. Good things to …
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