So I’m back from a pretty awesome time at SocialDevCamp East at the University of Baltimore. I think it was pretty well organized and had a great turnout – over 100 attendees that gathered to learn all about what issues are surrounding the social web. The issues were thought-provoking and I managed to get some… Continue reading I’m a little verklempt. SocialDevCamp was neither about development or camping. Discuss.
So I’ve spent nearly several hours here at SocialDevCamp East here at the University of Baltimore and I must say that I’m quite impressed with what’s been going on. Thank you to the organizers (David Troy, Ann Bernard, Keith Casey, and anyone else I forgot) for arranging really cool sessions. I think that I’ve got… Continue reading Break time at SocialDevCamp East
Yesterday, Ann Bernard (social media guru from WhyGoSolo – which is a siteÂ you must check out, by the way) posted on Twitter about her encounters with UPS and how she noticed on her receipt a message from UPS, which got me thinking about UPS’s perdicament. What exactly was the message that appeared on the receipt?… Continue reading Mission: Impossible? How can UPS use social media to its advantage?
I’m quite ecstatic about things that are going on with my online presence, I must admit. It’s the small things that make it all worth it. In just the last 24 hours, I’ve been noticed by some of the best minds in the Washington, DC tech community and ultimately it’s because I did a handshake.… Continue reading Because dropping names just isn’t fun without actually meeting them…