That’s right! I couldn’t come up with an appropriate headline for what I wanted to share with you today in this post. So, I’ll let you decide and share it with me in the comments, of course I’d love to hear anything else you want to share.
Below is the account of how I spent my morning today and as I end up spending hours and hours on the Internet, I have less and less time to write good posts or do something constructive! So, I decided to share with you all some of the things I discovered during my online session and came away feeling good.
It all started when I stumbled Tad’s post SEO vs SEO 2.0 today. On Stumble Upon, I categorized it as Weblogs and SEO, SEO 2.0. A few minutes later I saw a message from him that the post fits more within Marketing and Search but he couldn’t change or fix it, so I would have to do it. I tried changing the tags by clicking “Edit your tags”, did not work and after a few tries, I realized that the only way you can change the category of a post that YOU have submitted, is by scrolling down and if you look on the right bottom corner where it asks “Something Wrong Here?” you pick the right category from the pull down menu and click on ‘change’. See here:
Okay, so that was a tip for today although I feel I may be the only one who didn’t know this. Since its not really very intuitive, I thought some of you might find it useful.
But more than this tip, I wanted to share with you a video that I ended up watching for about an hour and came away with a very good feeling.
When I changed the category of the post to marketing, there appeared a few interesting videos, some from Seth Godin and one from Guy Kawasaki. I love to read Seth’s blog as I have mentioned in the past and I do read Guy’s blog, although not regularly, but watching his video and listening to him definitely was a treat. Reminded me of the following:
The first step in the acquisition of wisdom is silence, the second listening, the third memory, the fourth practice, the fifth teaching others.
Solomon Ibn Gabriol
So, here is the video. Enjoy!
PS: the video is hosted at Zentation where you can see the power point slides side by side to to the video. I couldn’t figure out how to lower the volume from their interface so you’ll have to work with your system’s volume to make it optimum for your environment.
Guy Kawasaki – The Art of Innovation