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MavenTweets for 2009-11-24

  • AM Thought: "Whether you think you can or you think you can't–you are right." – Henry Ford #
  • Overused, Hackneyed Phrases. "And the Winner: ‘No Problem’ – Opinionator Blog –" ( ) #
  • "How Bounce Rate Can Help You Pinpoint Site Problems – by Robbin Steif, CEO" ( ) #
  • AM Thought #2: "The greater the ignorance the greater the dogmatism. – Sir William Osler #
  • "Five Ways to Improve Your Landing Pages Right Now : MarketingProfs" ( ) #
  • Honest to G-d, I just love Topify. Ok, back to a site makeover that's due tomorrow. #topify #
  • "Have computer habits changed my brain? – SmartPlanet" ( ) #
  • – VerticalResponse is thanking me for my loyalty. Get my name in email, plz. #fail #
  • RT @djamesbethesda: USPS gets into postmarking Email. Wow! Your thoughts? #
  • Freddy would approve. RT @mashable Muppets Take On Bohemian Rhapsody at 1080p [VIDEO] #
  • He should talk to me after he's been freelancing 20+ years. "Why This Freelancer Doesn't Need Vacation Anymore" ( ) #
  • "The top 5 mistakes people make when creating their Linkedin profile" ( ) #
  • I don't have the words to tell you how sad this makes me. "Washington Post shutters last U.S. bureaus" ( ) #

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  1. Envelope Printing | | Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    I’m really interested in this “Have computer habits changed my brain?”. I somehow think that answer is yes. Do you agree with me guys?

  2. Roberta Rosenberg | Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    I’m not sure if computers have changed our brain as much as changed our perceptions and expectations. Time and worlds collapse in the web world. There are no borders. There’s online intimacy yet face to face awkwardness. It’s a brave new world that gets ‘braver’ all the time.

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