How to Level Up in the Game of Life Ding! This may be the sweetest sound you can possibly hear when playing a role-playing game (henceforth referred to as an RPG). “DING!” Congratulations, or “grats!” It’s this particular reason that games like World of Warcraft, Rift, Oblivion, Everquest 2, and any other RPG are so damn addictive: there’s always another level to reach, another dragon to kill, and better armor to acquire. Today, we’re going to turn life into a giant role playing game. Since day one, the tagline for Nerd Fitness has been “Level up your life.” Today, you’re going to learn how. Don’t complain about your starting zone Let’s assume that you hit the random button when creating your character in World of Warcraft - you were hoping for a good looking elf and ended up with a goofy-looking ogre. In the game of life: we’re all dealt a “random character.” That’s life. It might not be fair, but it is what it is. Rule #1 of the Rebellion - “We don’t care where you came from, only where you’re going.” Life as a newbie Nope.
Closing Logos Group Wiki Home Page - CLG Wiki Through a Blue Lens by Veronica Alice Mannix From the playlist : Manifesto for Interventionist Media - because Art is a Hammer Manifesto Point # 6: Work through the ethics, privacy and consent process with your partners before you begin, and adapt your project accordingly. Sometimes it means changing your whole approach – or even dropping it. — Katerina Cizek Carvill Creative Marketing blog » Are you down with the Twitter Lingo? The BBC news homepage today brought us the gripping news that Miss Universe contestant Vasuki Sunkavalli was recently charged with the offence of ‘twagiarism’. Sunkavalli (aka Miss Universe) was found guilty of tweeting a series of tweets that resembled very closely the Wall Street Journal columnist ‘Sadanand Dhume’s political comments. Sunkavalli has been charged with the so called twagiarism because she seems to have attempted to pass the commentary off, as if it were her own. Twagiarism We might laugh at this amusing word combination of twitter and plagiarism, but it’s certainly not the first word to have had “tw-” placed on to its bonnet. But why is it necessary? Sadanand Dhume, says it’s useful to make the distinction. “Twagiarism certainly sounds less serious than plagiarism, as it should,” he says. Which one is your favourite? Enjoy the post… For more social media marketing tips and advice – why not subscribe to our blog . Enjoy the post… Vikki