Posts filed under: Social Media

Hilton at Play Chicago: Sydney Sierota and Andy Grammer

Perhaps a month or so ago, I received an inquiry an inquiry from my friend Lucy, who is the director of social media for Hilton Hotels. It started of with... Read More

An Interview with A Poet: Minneapolis Happenings

On the heals of my interview with C.J. of the StarTribune, I received another interview request from Minneapolis Happenings. Minneapolis Happenings is a digital magazine that is all about Minneapolis.... Read More

The 10 Best Donut Places In Minneapolis

When it comes to donuts (or is that doughnuts), I have to admit that I have a sweet tooth. Too many times when I “needed” to stop to get some... Read More

Will Foursquare Survive?

A little over three-years ago, I was on a business trip to China when I discovered the social media application, Foursquare. Foursquare is a geo-location, check-in application that has morphed... Read More

Dear Biz and Ben: An Ode to Jelly.

Dearest Biz and Ben: There once was an app ’twas called Jelly. Seemed it could be good for this felly. Questions I’d ask, getting stars I could bask. Though quirks... Read More

An Open Letter to Adrian Peterson

Dear Adrian, Adrian, Adrian, Adrian. What can I say besides, “What were you thinking?” As I was driving in to my office this morning, I was listening to KFAN 100.3 FM... Read More

My New Blogging Milestone

Over the past several months as I have begun to publish and write more here on, in the month of May I reached a new milestone for myself as... Read More

Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby!

My 11-year-old lad recently came home from school proclaiming that he was about to have “The Talk” during his health class at his elementary school. At first I was like,... Read More

The Product Poet Deal of The Day – April 17th

April showers bring May flowers And I’ve got just the thing, For me to share with my friends You can ride free this spring. And with two free rides you’ll... Read More

A Goodbye Letter To LinkedIn

Dear LinkedIn, I know this may sound like a cliché, but it’s not you it’s me. Over the past two and a half years, I have enjoyed connecting with you and meeting... Read More