Archive for September, 2010

Why I Rarely Ever Post Reader Comments

Why I Rarely Ever Post Reader Comments

In general, the folks who send me Comments appear to come from another planet altogether. Like, for example, the putz with Abercrombie Fitch UK who sent me the same 902 word sales pitch thirteen times. That said, if you have a comment that’s actually related to one of my posts, send me an email with

Team Spirit? Brand Loyalty!

Team Spirit? Brand Loyalty!

Last year my cousin Suzelle emailed me a snapshot from the apartment she owns in Paris—along with a friendly, “You should come visit sometime.” Oops. Yes, this past July, the Birmingham Harebillies were in Paris when The Tour de France rolled into town. It’s an event I follow for three weeks every summer almost as

15-SECOND SHOCKER: Nick Saban Makes Fun Of Himself!

Brilliant PR move or just plain funny? Both. I remember the last time people really hated The Crimson Tide. And not just around the Southeastern Conference, but all over the country. It was about 30 years ago—the last time, until this year, that the words Alabama and Dynasty were used, straight-faced, in the same sentence.

And How Does This Relate To Social Media?

And How Does This Relate To Social Media?

I was just about to leave a Birmingham Venture Club event the other evening when I stepped into a conversation with Josh Watkins (an attorney at Feld Hyde) and Brian Cauble (an iPhone app developer with Appsolute Genius) on my way out the door. Both nice guys, to be sure. However, I am not a

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