Proud To Be An American

Every time I hear the lyrics of the song sung by Lee Greenwood each Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Veteran’s Day, and every other occasion that arises when it’s played, I salute, I cry, and I smile. And I’m proud to be an American, where at least I know I’m free. And I wont forget … Continue reading

Congressman Bob Etheridge Was He Wrong?

Yes he was….but so were the students participating in a “project”. By now you have probably seen this video that’s gone viral: It’s on many of our local news outlets, including the BEST local paper this side of the Mississippi River (ok, that might be stretching it), the Garner Citizen.  I’ve seen Tweets about it, … Continue reading

Can Social Media Harm Your Job Search?

Yes and no.  This post stems from a Tweet yesterday by my local NBC affiliate and not because they Tweeted it.  Rather, because of its substance – Some employers are asking job candidates for their social media passwords First and foremost, that’s a complete invasion of privacy.  Period.  That should be the end of the … Continue reading

To Tweet or Not to Tweet That is ESPN’s Question

OK, at first glance at this article on CNET, I thought for sure ESPN had no clue what it’s doing.  But, in retrospect, I see now that they are just protecting their brand… as well they should! Often times businesses whether large or small dive into the social networking spectrum without coming up with a … Continue reading

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