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Behind every popular Twitter personality, there's a romantic partner wanting them to put down the iPhone.
Steve Jobs wouldn't have apologized for Maps. He'd say bad directions were a feature leading you on an adventure. Like an acid trip.
If at first you don't succeed, pay someone to take a photo of you holding a microphone.
Egyptian people have the motivation to protest for days. In the U.S., we'll show up as long it's a Twitter trending topic.
Over the past few years, Twitter's 140-character limit saved me from destroying my career. Google+'s unlimited will reverse that in a week.
Whenever a Twitter friend stops tweeting for weeks on end, I worry something horrible happened. Like they got a job.
Facebook is like that roommate who moved the furniture around just to "spice it up!" But really it's because the neighbor was doing it too.
We're in an Advice Bubble, not a Tech Bubble. Too many trying to be thought leaders, instead of getting stuff done.
Thinking about becoming a life coach for hipsters. First tip: Quit your band and become a graphic designer. Same clothes, yet more money.
Geeks: Could you please create a new social network in 2011 for us marketers to ruin? Getting bored.
Why the U.S. is screwed up: The Right backs its leaders when it shouldn't and the Left doesn't back its leaders when it should.
Staring out the window instead of looking at your phone every minute is the new vinyl records.
Thomas Kincade paintings sold for 1000s of dollars in the 90s. Now, virtually worthless. Heavily promoted mediocrity doesn't survive, folks.
Two saddest moments in a hipster's life: Starbucks buying their neighborhood coffee shop and Yahoo! acquiring their online-diary software.
Dear Democrats: Okay, we get it! Obama was supposed to be perfect. Now, forgive him or you're going to get another Republican in office.
The problem with calling yourself an expert: Most people who are good at things don't like to talk about it. They like to do those things.
Let's make 2011 the Year of the Anti-Expert: Admit we don't know anything for certain, are just winging it and could use some help.
Advertising died this decade. It is more dead than the last decade when it got killed.
Alert! Hackers have broken into LinkedIn accounts to steal riveting messages such as "I'd like to add you to my professional network."
Have advised household names & been running social media programs for more than a decade. This is where I make fun of myself.