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BOOK REVIEW: The Art of Social Media by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick

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ABOUT THE BOOK (from Amazon):

By now it’s clear that whether you’re promoting a business, a product, or yourself, social media is near the top of what determines your success or failure. 329 more words

Social Media

WHERE ARE ALL THE EVANGELISTS?

For the last few years I’ve really relished my role as a software evangelist. Evangelists have cool jobs because they get to work alongside all the key areas of a business, spending time with everyone from executives to developers and all business functions in between. 1,355 more words

Speaking

How to Close a Speech

The last words you utter during a presentation literally form the lasting impression you plant into the minds of your audience. So it’s important that you create a memorable close even though you might be tempted to settle for a few cursory summary points by the time you’ve invested considerable effort into developing an attention-getting opener and strong main body. 517 more words

One Smooth Stone

Guest Speaker: Vikram Bhandari

I remember wandering around campus the first week of classes my freshman year. I remember feeling lost, and UMD’s website being absolutely useless. I remember Google Maps taking me the long way around, adding up to 10 minutes to my walks to class. 438 more words

Book Review: APE - How to publish a Book by Guy Kawasaki

If you are thinking about publishing your own book without a traditional publisher, this book is for you.

Before we get to the content of the book, it is important to know what the background of its author, Guy Kawasaki, is. 657 more words

Inspiring Books

Apple's first 40 years: An oral history from insiders; Spoiler: Bill Gates had a bigger role in Apple's success than even he may know

”Four decades after Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak set out to turn computers into a tool that anyone could use, Apple has become the most valuable brand in the world, with some of the most successful products ever made,” Shara Tibken reports for CNET. 248 more words

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