Monthly Archives: May 2010

A Big Decision

I made a huge decision a couple of weeks ago. My remote work location Web Marketing Manager position was terminated as part of a reduction in forces. But there was a light at the end of the tunnel. I had the opportunity to move to Denver for a different position with the same company.

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New Theme And Blog Focus

If you’re a frequent flyer with jesseluna.com, you’ll notice that the blog looks completely different. I felt it was time for a change so I created this new “GreenCleanEnergy” theme. As usual, I used DVD covers, coffee table books, and novels as design inspiration.

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Shipping back the virtual office. Start of a new era. #in

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Committed trainer

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Post To Tumblr from Tweetdeck

The latest version of Tweetdeck, a popular Twitter client, now allows users to post to their Tumblr and Wordpress.com blogs.

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On work

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Privacy Erodes On Facebook

I don’t usually do “reblogs” but the Matt McKeon blog post, “The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook“, is so striking and timely that I had to comment on it. The post is a visual chronicle of Facebook’s privacy changes since 2005. In 2005, content was only visible to limited to a small circle of friends and their immediate network. Fast-forward to today and almost all of a Facebook user’s activity is available on the Web.

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Inside view of new Costco car wash

IMG_0577.MOV Watch on Posterous Best machine car wash I’ve ever tried!

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Wishing @shelisrael all the best. You’ll be in good hands at Stanford Med.

Sending thoughts and prayers your way, Shel. —- It’s fascinating how Connection works. This is the first time I’ve worn this shirt since Shel Israel’s Twitterville book launch party. (I finally lost enough weight to fit into it.) And then … Continue reading

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A Powerful Way To Visualize Your Blog’s Keywords

In this blog post we learned how to create a word visualization of your site’s content using Wordle.net. We also learned how to create a visualization using actual keyword search data from an analytics program. Lastly, we learned that we have to take action on our insights. Continue reading

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