Posts Tagged ‘facebook’

“So, if LinkedIn and Twitter have replaced the fax machine of 10 years ago, what might a resume look like a decade from now?” CNN raised this question a couple of days ago. I am in a class, and we are debating on how we should present ourselves in the “social world,” and we are […]

CNN posted an article today that just has me, well, pondering. It’s simple to say that the world we live in today was nothing like the world our parents grew up in or our grandparents (and the list goes on). But does that make it worse? At the end of the day, that’s what everyone […]

There was once a time when instructors looked at us and told us Social Media was a fad. There wasn’t a place in the classroom for it. And there certainly wasn’t a need for it in our lives. But as I continue the internship/job search, I look at the outlets I am “engaged in.” Now, […]

dirty laundry


Remember the days when you had a diary that you kept between your mattress with a little padlock (by little I mean ridiculously unlockable) that you whispered your secrets into before bed? Those tales of the boys you crushed on (we know there were many) or your brother who pestered or the grades you dreamed of. Perhaps […]



Growing up in the South, I understand rain. Oh yes. We get that big fat juicy rain that just “plops” as it hits your face. There is no such thing as walking outside and being “kind of wet.” Oh no. We go all the way. Again, growing up in the South, I didn’t understand that […]

Folks have approached me in the past few weeks saying that I have “generalized the male gender” and that I am “biased,” that I’m a “man hater” and everything else of the related sort based on my thoughts in my previous column: “Be Frank: Call for Prince Charming.”   To finish reading this column, please […]

One. Two. Three. It doesn’t matter what floor of Kyser I’m on. I always count the third stall from the end when I use the bathroom. It is so pathetic that I even get upset when the stall is occupied or out of order or missing toilet paper so I need to use a different […]

Podcast: Dale Jarvis on the art of storytelling on the World Wide Web Posted using ShareThis