While I don’t exactly consider myself a millennial, I’m Generation-Y, I have given plenty of thought about the generation following mine. Millennials get a lot of grief, but I don’t necessarily hold a critical view on those who were born after 1995. … [Read more]

How to actually benefit from Twitter

When I joined Twitter in 2007, I didn’t know what I was getting into. Neither did a majority of Twitter users based on their first Tweet. Not too long ago, Twitter offered a nifty tool to read their first message posted on the popular social … [Read more]

Why ‘Women in Tech’ Movements Bother Me

I know the headline of this post is at the very least, controversial. Bear with me as I unpack my thoughts on this dicey subject and perhaps you might agree with me. Simply, I'm bothered by the segregation between men and women in technology because … [Read more]

Buying Fans and Followers: Faking It Doesn’t Make It

For a few years now, a 'grey' market of offshore service providers has thrived by providing brands thousands of 'instant' fans and followers to their social media accounts -- but is it worth it? Those who buy it often are duped with the promise of … [Read more]

60 Days of Blogging

Over the next 60 days, I will be blogging once a day. It's not that I don't want to do it; it's that I let other priorities push my desire to share my perspectives and ideas with you. Blogging to me is both a professional activity to refine one's … [Read more]

Net Neutrality, Explained.

The issue with Net Neutrality for me when the issue was first being discussed was trying to understand exactly what the problem was. In short, Net Neutrality is a standard (that we have today) that requires Internet backbones and providers to provide … [Read more]

11 Years of WordPress

On May 27, 2003, WordPress was born. Since 2003, it has become the most popular content management system on the Web today. While I just wrote about securing your WordPress site, I wanted to take a moment to share what WordPress means to me and why I … [Read more]