Suffern Music and Arts Festival

I’m excited to be helping the Suffern Music and Arts Festival with a little of their online and search strategy. The festival is September 5 and 6, 2009, here in my hometown. From the site: The Suffern Music & Arts Festival is all about community in the 21st century. Music and the arts is our […]

Gmail contact – Apple Address Book sync stinks

Maybe it’s me, but I can’t seem to make Google Mail Conacts sync with Apple Address boook  in an efficient manner. I got frustrated with the way it was working and tried the following, as it seemed logical: Exported (saved) all my google contacts, and all my apple address book contacts before starting. Deleted all […]

The shift in privacy in the online world

Social Media Camp 2009 at Roger Smith Hotel Originally uploaded by jolieodell thanks to Jolie O’Dell of ReadWriteWeb for taping this piece from my discussion on Personal Branding at Social Media Camp. In this segment, I discuss the evolution of worrying about having embarrassing pictures on Facebook.

The Four Hundred Words for “Friend”

In many social sites, such as Facebook, Hi5, and countless others, upon signing  up you’re encouraged to “add your friends.” As you use these sites, you get “friend requests” or “connection requests” to add more “friends.” Eventually, as you use these social tools, the concept of friend begins to blur. In fact, as the Inuit […]