Category Archives: Blog

What’s Age Got to Do With It?

A recent article on Inc.com by Hollis Thomases makes a good case regarding the “only the young get social media and technology” mantra. Sure, there’s some truth to the fact that Millennials, the first generation really born into high-tech times, … Continue reading

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All Your Eggs in the Social Media Bandwagon

I want to write some quick thoughts this Friday afternoon about recent discussions on whether CEOs should use social media. I’ve wondered – and hope to investigate more – whether trends such as company Facebook pages work. In my own … Continue reading

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Excuse Me, I Was Distracted by my Cell Phone

I’m starting a new blog to personally study and begin a discourse (if it becomes international, that’s awesome!) on the science of communication and technology. Continue reading

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Avoid These Mental Activities While on a Treadmill

Yesterday, I wrote about how sitting is making me stupid. It’s likely true, because I felt really stupid today. It’s hard to say whether that’s because I sat too much or whether I sat too much because I felt stupid, … Continue reading

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Sitting Hurts My Brain Too?

OK, so I still sit way too much. That’s probably obvious from the fact that I haven’t posted to the blog in more than a year. I get blogging, and I know that’s not how it’s supposed to work. I … Continue reading

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It’s the Sitting, Stupid

Who would have thought that sitting is as bad for you as smoking and that you can’t reverse the effects with after-work exercise? Continue reading

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Walking on Life’s Treadmill

I’ve been touting the benefits of this solution to my sedentary “workstyle” to so many friends and colleagues that it was about time I got a photo of the permanent, custom desk on the site… Continue reading

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Busy but Useful

My friends know I am not the most coordinated person in the world. Continue reading

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Warming Up

When I walk, I burn four times the calories I burn while sitting at my desk. Continue reading

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Is Walking Working?

I tend to actually focus better on work because I’ve added another level to multitasking and there’s only so much a klutz can do Continue reading

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