Month: January 2010

Responding to “An anthropological introduction to YouTube”

First, here’s the video.  It’s rather long, clocking in at just under an hour, but if you have the chance to watch it, it’s really interesting, and rather thought-provoking in some areas. We were assigned this video for a class, and had to respond to it on our Tumblr blog, where this is originally posted. 

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5 Life Lessons from a Traffic Jam

Recently, I had the dubious pleasure of returning to my fabulous university via plane, train (well, subway), and, yes, automobile.  Thanks to this last mode of transportation, I returned to school slightly later than anticipated (read: at least an hour, maybe 2), but came up with the following gems of wisdom for you lovely folks:

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Review: Inbound Marketing

Inbound Marketing: Get Found Using Google, Social Media, and Blogs by Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah; published by John Wiley & Sons. Price: $24.95. Written by HubSpot founders Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah, Inbound Marketing aims to be a go-to resource for businesses wanting to break into internet marketing.  The book is split into four

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Happy New Year!

Welcome to Gumption Studio!  A new year, a new blog.  What could be more fun? I’ve been reading blogs for about 3 years now, having been introduced to them by a professor in my freshmen year of college.  I’ve dabbled with some more personal diary-type blogging previously, to kepe in touch with friends and family

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