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by JD Schramm | 2:11 PM January 19, 2011 [For more, visit the Communication Insight Center .] There's power in consistency of communication. Every three or four weeks, a small number 10 envelope arrives in my mailbox at Stanford containing an 8 ½ by 14 newsletter entitled The Life of the Mind . It's the brainchild (sorry for the pun) of Dr. John Peterson who was one of my undergraduate professors and deans.
Ask any kid what Facebook is for and he'll tell you it's there to help him make friends. What else could he think? It's how he *does* make friends. He has no idea the real purpose of the software, and the people coding it, is to monetize his relationships.
by Chelsea Lee Previously I talked about how to cite Twitter and Facebook posts or feeds in general , which you can do quite easily by mentioning the URLs in text (with no reference list entries required). Today I address some of the issues pertaining to citing particular posts, which require both reference list entries and in-text citations.
After Saudia Davis lost her job, she took a class on building a business and started an environmentally friendly cleaning service. “You are the president of a very important company — You Inc.,” said Thomas J. O’Malia, director emeritus of the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the .