Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-03-10

  • Read my new article on Techzulu covering Toronto Based Start Up Readitfor.me | Reads Books for You http://t.co/vAJmM1mS #
  • Fashion retailers and social media: The buying game | The Economist http://t.co/DaZemqf2 /I can't wait! #
  • Action Sports Apps: an article taken from my work on http://t.co/yHBCTVua http://t.co/BLrw7gRB #
  • I have the stomach flu but I got invited to hot yoga. Do I risk it? #
  • I admit, sometimes I Google myself: And when I do, I usually find lots of pictures of me in bikinis that I vaguely remember taking. #
  • The @Fanhattan Facebook app is up http://t.co/49TcQtXX #
  • @WillHise @Cabrinhakites Good call! Should we start by creating an 'I sleep with my kite' Facebook group? #
  • The thing I miss most is my @Cabrinhakites I would sleep with them if it wasn't social awkward. #
  • Piers Morgan is handling the Michelle Bachmann interview well. Not an easy journalistic interview. #
  • It is not a matter of taking jobs but rather about creating jobs. A strong immigration program needs to see this. #

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-03-04

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A Book a Week Sneak Peek, Inspired by Julien Smith

About ten minutes ago, I discovered that  I am  a big fan of Julien Smith. Smith is a New York Times best selling author (Trust Agents and The Flinch) with an inspiring thirst for information proved by reading a book a week for 5 straight years. For those who need the  computation, that is 52 books a year. I presume he reads during everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, to accomplish this feat. I have not personally read his work, nor do I know him personally, yet I was drawn by this same thirst for knowledge.

In Smith’s blog, Inoveryourhead.net, he gives us each book in a twitter-inspired 140 characters (yes, twitter rules the universe) to let us know if we need to open our week for something new to read  in a few seconds or less. I am inspired by Smith as I share the same philosophy of mass information consumption combined with the social need of sharing. I am also about a book a week depending on wind and surf conditions, which seems to be my manipulated variables. So in his foot steps, I am going to share with you my reads in 140 characters (give or take a few hundred) from the past few weeks.

The economic ‘why’ of Iceland, Greece, Germany, and us from the inquisitive journeys of a great financial journalist and storyteller.

Perhaps a thriller, in the world of quantitative finance, technical analysis and the mathematical wizards who rule it all.

If you are in tech and you haven’t memorized this book, get out now.

Personal finance one, two, three, made simple and lighthearted; yet necessary to modern day living.




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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-26

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