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Put your pics to work: 4 Ways to spice up your site with photos

Since going premium, I’ve been exploring LinkedIn’s groups more—especially ones where I can get an inside view on the industries I write for and about. I’m not exactly in every group’s industry. But marketing myself and writing about the green, travel

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And the winner is… Noisette Academy

Last week I randomly discovered Noisette Academy’s lovely site while trying to find cute social media buttons for my sidebar. Though founder @Isa Maria had me at Pantone, I was delighted (and impressed) to see all @NoisetteAcademy does to help creative business

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New Zealand’s Ocean’s 10

This post is my official entry for TckTckTck’s Rio Blogger Prize. Help me win by “liking” this post on their Facebook page. My goal is 500 “likes” by March 30, 2012. Today at the People’s Space, I met Elana Hawke and Rachel Ward, two

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How to honor the Curator’s Code on Pinterest

For weeks, everybody’s been talking about the Curator’s Code. Introduced by Maria Popova, editor of brainpickings.org, the Code is essentially a nifty way to cite sources. And unlike, say, APA, it actually works with the internet, on the internet. If

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Back to Africa: A Trip Down Memory Lane

I recently started a physical scrapbook of my journey through Africa and I thought I’d do a virtual scrapbook of sorts here. Over the next few weeks look out for “Back to Africa” stories—remixes of some of my favorite posts

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