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8 Weekly Favs for May Thirty-one

meet-at-the-apartmentI’ve added a weekend post routine that I hope you enjoy. Each weekend I write a post that features 3-4 things I read during the week that I found interesting. Generally speaking it won’t involve much analysis and may range widely in topic. (Image is from Meet at the Apartment)

Enjoy!

Good stuff I ran across this week

  • Meet at the Apartment – Meet at the Apartment is a two-story, 2,500 square-foot, highly stylized open loft in the Soho district of New York City. I had the pleasure of attending a meeting in this space this last week – incredible way to have a meeting.
  • 30 Marketing Ideas in 30 Days – Free ebook for Entrepreneurs “Do It Yourself” Marketing Month
  • Bing – a better way to search from Microsoft – MS is launching what they are calling a decision engine to combat Google and try to find some search traction. Certainly should be worth a look

12 Weekend Favs Feature May Nine

fav picI’ve decided to add a weekend post routine and see how it’s received. Each weekend I’ll do a post that features 3-4 things I read during the week that I found interesting. Generally speaking it won’t involve much analysis and may range widely in topic. (Flickr image included here is also fav image of the week)

Enjoy!

Good stuff I ran across this week

  • This service allows you to bypass a person’s cell phone and go directly into voice mail, even if the phone is on. You know, for those times when you want to say, “I’m not going to be able to make it to the poetry slam tonight,” but you don’t want to have to explain why. Just dial 267-sly-dial (795-3425) and then input the cell number you want to message and that’s it. Only works with cell phones. SlyDial (Wired magazine)
  • Incredible interview with Jack Stack, author of the Great Game of Business and founder of SRC Holdings about surviving and thriving during a recession. Author Bo Burlingham has made a bit of a career chronicling Stack’s success. (Inc magazine)
  • Kickstarter.com – a very cool funding platform for artists, designers, filmmakers, musicians, journalists, inventors, bloggers, explorers. You create a project (currently by invite only) and visitors determine how much they want to pledge to help you see it through. (del.icio.us)

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