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One day. But not today.

It has been 353 days since my last post. One day I will blog again. But not today. Advertisements

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Matthewrlee.com: Expanding My Online Identity.

Two days ago I purchased the rights to three domain names: matthewrlee.com, matthewrlee.org, and matthewrlee.net. Currently they point to this blog. Any content related to these three URLs prior to 08/26/08 belonged to someone else. For next decade anyone who … Continue reading

Posted in Atlanta, blog, blogs, brand, Georgia, identity, images, lee, Life, Marketing, matthew, name, Online, persona, personas, photo, russell, share, social, tucker, url | 2 Comments

Anything You Post Online, Anyone Can See. Think Before You Post.

Have you ever searched online for your name, profile names, or email addresses? You might be surprised by what you find. If you’ve posted anything online, it’s out there. It’s public. You probably wouldn’t consider posting a tenth of what you post … Continue reading

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Did You Know?

Eight minutes and nineteen seconds of sobering and thought provoking statistics by Karl Fisch, Scott McLeod, and XPLANE. Now that you know, what will you do? For more information visit shifthappens.wikispaces.com.

Posted in blog, Education, elearning, fear, ideas, Leadership, learning, statistics, technology, Training, video, Wiki | 1 Comment

Your Feelings are Being Recorded

  If you’ve typed the words “I feel” or “I am feeling” on a blog in the past three years, chances are your feelings have been tracked. Not by a government but by wefeelfine.org, the work of computer scientist Jonathan … Continue reading

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