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Alas Babylon

Some guy on Linkedin sends me what's obviously a mass message indicating he'd like to interview me for his "tens of thousands" of listeners, and if I sign up now I can avoid the charge to be interviewed beginning soon! A

On the shuttle to the airport this morning in San Francisco I sat among two pilots and a flight attendant from American Airlines. They were discussing the best places to drink, with the cheapest liquor, in Las Vegas. I was happy

Klout.com has gone out of business. All those people measuring their social media standings as if they meant anything are now bereft. They'll have to go back to "click-throughs" or "likes" or "reacts" or other nonsense to bolster fragile egos. I

I've found that people receiving something for free are more demanding than people who are paying for a service or product! There seems to be a bizarre sense of entitlement that accompanies the "freebie." When I've spoken pro bono for many association