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living by the sword

A little over two years ago, Morton’s steakhouse pulled off a promotional stunt that generated tons of publicity by meeting a rabid Morton’s fan (who is also a social media celebrity) at the airport with a steak dinner after he

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A Country Christmas at Gaylord Opryland

It’s a holiday tradition for many people in this area to head down I-65 for a day of Christmas shopping and fun in Nashville. For many, the day is capped by a visit to Gaylord Opryland for their Christmas light

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barcamp nashville

There are lots of reasons that you should come to Barcamp Nashville. But personally, I think you should come for me! I’ll be leading a session on how brands can tap into the online zeitgeist. I really enjoyed speaking at

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called it

Yesterday, in my post about the media and the Nashville floods, I suggested that maybe the lack of national media attention was due to the lag between the tuned-in minority  and the traditional media. Turns out I was right. Today

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you missed it

If your only source of news is national media, you may not realize that a U.S. city was heavily damaged this weekend. Yes, the Gulf oil disaster should be the top story and the Times Square car bomb attempt was

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ICE and Rockettes at Opryland in Nashville

For years, many people in this area have made the short trip down to Nashville to enjoy the lights at the Opryland Hotel. For lots of those people, the holiday tradition may stretch back to the days of the Christmas

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Reflections on Barcamp Nashville

After taking some time to absorb the experience and decompress, here are a few scattered thoughts on Barcamp Nashville. There’s been a healthy discussion going on (like here and here) about how it wasn’t a “real barcamp”. While I tend

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