Twitter Lists: Something to Snack On

We all love Twitter, but when is it ever really useful? Over here at Rhythm, we love ourselves some gourmet food trucks. As a team of digital foodies, we work on tracking down food trucks within the general vicinity of our office in Irvine to plan our lunch outings. As early adopters of the mobile food craze and social media, we know that these food trucks rely heavily on social media to promote where they’re going to be since they’re always on the go. To make it easy for us to follow our favorites and filter out the noise (which
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Giving Thanks

It’s Thanksgiving this week, which is one of my favorite holidays.  It’s truly an American holiday, founded here in North America by Native Americans, focused on all the good things in life: family, friends, eating, relaxing and football. This year I’ll be doing all the cooking as the celebration will be hosted at my home.  I’m looking forward to it! In the midst of all the shopping, prepping, inviting and organizing, I find myself thinking about the true meaning of Thanksgiving and realize that the underlying principle of being thankful is sometimes lost in the shuffle. This year especially, I
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To Teach is to Learn

I have always been a firm believer that we never stop learning. To close the door on education is a disservice to all. In the digital marketing arena, things are changing every day. There are new technologies to learn, new platforms to explore, and overall advancements in marketing trends that we need to stay on top of. Sometimes changes in the digital space come at a pace that can be overwhelming. When you think you just got something down, something new replaces it. When you are just getting used to a new technology or social platform, a new one pops
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What's Your Take on the Digital Babysitter?

A recent Associated Press article entitled, Adults Divided on Digital ‘Baby-Sitters’ made me think. The parent of an always-inquisitive 3-year-old little girl, I admit to having pushed the iPad across the table at many dinner outings so that my husband and I can have a little more stimulating conversation or feel a bit more relaxed versus always being on-guard to stop the next disaster (spilled drink, food thrown at another table, fork-in-the-eye, etc.). When it comes to parenting and new toddler activities, there are definitely pluses to these new gadgets. For one, take a look at all the educational and
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