02 February 2011

What I'm Reading

  • "Cost does not equal value." True dat.
  • Social media: back to the future?
  • Marketing Sherpa's best email campaigns of 2010.
  • The future of Govt 2.0.
  • Want to write better? Be specific.
  • Influencer marketing, not the quick fix you hope it is.
  • Google Chrome builds in keypass/keychain type functions. (I love Firefox, but maybe it's time to switch?)
  • Is the "G Drive" coming? Yes.
  • Also reading A Murderous Procession, one of the fascinating Mistress of the Art of Death historical mysteries by Ariana Franklin, Edward Edinger's Ego and Archetype, a well-written study of Carl Jung's work on individuation and how it relates to religion, and the January issue of Associations Now. Have you checked out the groovy online interactive supplement yet?

3 comments:

Lisa Junker said...

Thanks so much for the link to our Interactive Extra, Elizabeth! We're really proud of it, and I'm glad to hear you liked it.

On an unrelated note, who wrote that study you're reading on Jung and religion? It sounds really interesting.

Elizabeth Weaver Engel, CAE said...

@Lisa - Edward Edinger

Thomas Getchius said...

I loved FireFox but left when Chrome came out. A few other nice features in chrome is the ability to sync bookmarks across computers and the opportunity to add these widgets (twitter, facebook, gmail, wikipedia, etc...) it's nice to have everything in one browser instead of multiple programs and windows.