People are Strange, When You’re a Stranger – Until You Meet Them

{EAV_BLOG_VER:10a2e1bf75b86c56} Paul Castain’s post “Should We Connect With Strangers In Social Networking?” inspired this thought: Outside of family, everyone else I know was a stranger first. Some of the people I have met over the years are just as strange as me, if that’s possible, and in a very good way (tongue-in-cheek). But now I know them as acquaintances, business associates and … [Read more...]

Google+ Plus Uses The Studio 54 Effect

Studio 54’s Steven Rubell’s exclusive hand selection of guests from the waiting throngs was an old marketing ploy that he made it famous. First in were high-profile celebrities like Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger, Halston, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and Salvador Dali. If you were lucky enough to win the beautiful people lottery and make the second round, it was a claim to fame. The unlucky hundreds or … [Read more...]