IdeaFestival, Breaking Bad, and my brain chemistry
September 26, 2013 - Author: Dan Vonderheide
What good can come from a look like this?
There is an old adage that says “garbage in, garbage out”. What you feed your brain is what it will, eventually, produce. Fill it with junk and you’ll produce junk. Fill it with light, and you’ll produce light.
This dawned on me today as IdeaFestival in Louisville really hit a stride and was taking over my Twitter feed. I took 45 minutes and hit up Netflix for an episode of Breaking Bad, something I had just started watching last week in an effort to cram for this weekend’s finale. (more…)
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Why I Like The Facebook Timeline
February 5, 2013 - Author: Dan Vonderheide
The Facebook timeline will tell the story of you.
2012 was really a year of transformation for me. My dad died from a weird lung disease in February, I turned 40 in April, and went through some career focus change during the second half of the year. Really, two of these three things turned out to be all right in my book (it should be pretty obvious which thing sucked) and all provided some new perspective for me. (more…)
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Please take this survey!
December 11, 2012 - Author: Dan Vonderheide
It’s five questions. 30 seconds. Help a guy out!
I’ve returned to my largely ignored blog to post this link to a Survey Monkey with the purpose of gathering the tiniest amount of market data for my STARTUP Louisville podcast. I get decent insight into listening habits from my Stitcher stats, but that’s obviously not the full picture. So if you wouldn’t mind, can you take 30 seconds and answer these five questions?
I am appreciative! And thanks a ton for listening!
CLICK HERE TO GO TO SURVEY MONKEY.
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The Internet and Marketing Report: PRINT EDITION?!?
December 17, 2010 - Author: Dan Vonderheide
If you’ve met me, you know I’m a pretty positive guy. A silver lining finder. A benefit of the doubt man. But somebody plopped something on my desk this week with which I’m really struggling to find the positive.
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